Kalam plays teacher to Bihar MLAs

Kalam was here at the invitation from Chief Minister Nitish Kumar to attend an interactive session at the Assembly annexe and give the legislators some insight on how to focus on making a qualitative change in their work areas.

Kalam, who thoroughly enjoyed the role of a teacher, fired the first salvo to make the elected representatives think of  the changes they would like to bring in their constituencies in the next two and a half years. He asked them to prepare  a  road map to make voters of their constituency 100 per cent literate. 

Kalam advised everyone to make the developing state corruption-free to attract huge investments.

While the legislators tried their best to answer all the ten queries Kalam put to them, they were a bit disappointed when Kalam turned down the request of the state  government to become a Visitor of the proposed Nalanda International University (NIU).

“Only the President of India can become the Visitor of NIU.  I am always there to contribute as a teacher,” said Kalam.

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