Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Becomes Forbes Person of the Year 2010


The famous personality of Bihar, the chief minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar has been announced as the Forbes Person of the Year 2010. To know more, read this resource.

The winner of Bihar Assembly Elections 2010, the chief minister of Bihar and the JDU leader, Mr. Nitish Kumar has been announced as the Forbes Person of the Year 2010. Yes, you can believe it. Our own Indian, Bihari chief minister, respected Nitish Kumar is the Forbes Person of the Year 2010.

The chief of Forbes India, Mr. Ajay Chako siad that Nitish Kumar Forbes Person of the Year 2010 has done a great amount of development work in Bihar in the last five years. Forbes has acknowledged that and that is why Nitish Kumar is Forbes Person of the Year 2010.

Mr. Chako said that Nitish Kumar in the field of administration and development, done a tremendous nice work in the last five years. Also, he has to do a lot of good work in Bihar in future also. This is the reason by big industrialists like Tata and Birla and eager to invest in Bihar. Also, he said that next year, in this state an investment of Rs. 18,000 crores is proposed. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Forbes Person of the year 2010 has been announced on the occasion of last issue of the magazine for the decade. Also, 24 other personalities have been enlisted in the issue who have done great job in different fields.

This is the second time that Nitish Kumar Chief Minister of Bihar Forbes Person of the Year 2010 has been announced. Last year, it was Rahul Gandhi who got the Forbes person of the year award.


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