Cong trying to hamper public welfare measures, alleges BJP
Regarding the attempts by the Congress party to allegedly hamper the public welfare efforts of the State Government and misinformation being purportedly spread by the Opposition party, a delegation of the Bharatiya Janata Party led by its State president Ajay Bhatt met the Governor Baby Rani Maurya on Thursday. The party also submitted a memorandum to the State Election Commissioner. Observers opine that this is the first instance of its kind wherein the ruling party approached the Raj Bhawan to complain about the opposition.
The BJP State president and MP Ajay Bhatt led the delegation which met the Governor which presented the party’s position regarding the attempts being made by the Congress to purportedly hamper the public interest schemes being undertaken by the State Government and misinformation being spread to malign the State Government.
The BJP delegation also said that using the election model code of conduct as an excuse the Congress wants to stall the Mukhyamantri Daal Poshit Yojana being implemented in the state even though the scheme was implemented in the State before the implementation of the election Model Code of Conduct.
In such a scenario, the Congress is spreading misinformation to hamper the execution of this scheme aimed at benefiting the poor.
Talking to the media persons after meeting the Governor, the BJP State president said that the party had no other option but to approach the Governor. He said, “The Panchayat elections are currently underway so we cannot hold a demonstration or any other such measure to expose the Congress.
Under these circumstances, we arrived here to submit our point of view to the constitutional head of the state.”
Bhatt further said that the Congress has been opposing the steps taken by the BJP Government regarding Article 370 and triple talaq. In Uttarakhand, the Congress wants to stall the implementation of the Mukhyamantri Daal Poshit Yojana under the pretext of the election Model Code of Conduct whereas this scheme was implemented before the model code of conduct came into effect.
This has actually exposed the Congress’ stance against the welfare of the public and the poor, he said.
After meeting the Governor, a delegation of the BJP headed by its state vice president Jyoti Prasad Gairola met the State Election Commissioner Chandra Shekhar Bhatt and submitted a memorandum to him.
Friday, 27 September 2019 | PNS | Dehradun
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