The BJP on Saturday said that the “movement for change” has begun in Bihar and announced four simultaneous ‘Parivartan Yatra’ as part of its campaign this month to cover entire state for the forthcoming Assembly polls to seek the mandate of public for it.”The movement for change has started in Bihar in which BJP and NDA are participating together. Our party president Amit Shah launched it by giving green signal to 200 ‘Parivartan Rath’ (chariots of change). We are now going to launch four Parivartan Yatras to cover the entire state this month,” Union Chemical and Fertiliser Minister Ananth Kumar said. Also Read – Need to understand why law graduate’s natural choice is not legal profession: CJIKumar, who is also Bihar in-charge of BJP for Assembly elections said these yatras will be launched on August 12 and will continue till August 28.They will traverse the entire state and visit all 243 constituencies conducting public meetings, establishing direct connect with the voters and appealing to them “to give the mandate of change to BJP and NDA, as well as, opportunity of good governance,” he said. Nitish Kumar launches Delhi unit of Bihar Foundation Facing one of the toughest electoral battles in his political career, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Saturday reached out to migrants from the state in the national capital, inaugurating the Delhi Chapter of Bihar Foundation. Faced with a ruckus by a group of slogan-shouting youths as soon as he rose to speak, Kumar, however, ruled out any “political” motive behind the event.