Punia lashes out at State Government

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 04 Nov 2017 12:46:42


The Hitavada State Bureau,

Kawardha/Raipur,

Nov 3,

Encouraged with the huge crowd accumulated during the Jan Adhikar Sabha at Sahaspur-Lohara in Kawardha district, led AICC Chhattisgarh In charge P L Punia to promptly remark that the wave of change in Chhattisgarh begins from today.  Addressing the august gathering Punia said the huge gathering accumulating here becomes significant as Kawardha is the home district of Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh. The large crowd themselves speak that they are fed up with the BJP Government and are eagerly waiting for 2018 Assembly elections to get rid of this corrupt government. Punia further added that it is evident from the accumulated crowd that the Chief Minister has done nothing for his home district, what can be expected from him in other districts.

Speaking on the occasion CPCC President Bhupesh Baghel said the Bharatiya Janata Party Government led by Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has done nothing but cheating the tribal population, farmers, etc. He said the State Government prepared ration cards in the name of women and after the elections were over it cancelled all cards in the name of verification. In his satirical remark Baghel said people celebrate festivals like Diwali, Holi, Hareli, etc but the state government this year celebrated a new festival called ‘Bonus Tihar’. He asked why the State Government celebrated this festival only this year and why it doesn’t celebrate the same every year like other festivals.

Former Minister Mohammed Akbar said every time elections came, BJP made false promises and managed to come to power. In 2003, it promises cow to every tribal family, employment of one member, unemployment allowance, free power upto 5HP agriculture pumps, etc but never fulfilled them. He said in 2013, the BJP government distributed bonus for one year, in 2014 it distributed bonus again for one year ahead of elections, it had promises Rs 2100 paddy MSP during previous elections, why does it doesn’t fulfill these promises. The gathering was also addressed by former Union Minister Dr Charandas Mahant, former CLP Leader Ravindra Choubey amongst others.