Haryana CM Claims Successful Attack On Corruption, Crime and Caste-based Politics
Chandigarh March 19 (TNA) Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal khattar on Sunday claimed that his government has made a scathing and succesful attack on 3-C’s - corruption, crime and caste-based politics. He added that the present state government had also laid focussed emphasis on education, health, self-respect, security and self-reliance.
The Chief Minister was addressing the BJP workers of six Lok Sabha constituencies at Samalkha in Panipat district where he called upon the party workers to work unitedly to take the schemes and achievements of the government to the masses.
“The state government has launched important schemes to strengthen the economic condition of the needy, farmers and backward classes; so that their standard of living could be improved,” he added.
CM Khattar asserted that the state government is continuously working in the interest of the society and its aim is to bring the benefits of every scheme made for the citizens at the ground level with transparency. “Moving in the direction of ‘Ease of Living’, we have to bring change in the standard of living of the citizens,” he added.
The Chief Minister also claimed that by rising above politics of regionalism and nepotism, they have ensured uniform development of state.
“Following the mool mantra of Prime Minister, Narendra Modi's ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Prayas aur Sabka Vishwas’, we had given the slogan of ‘Haryana Ek- Haryanvi Ek’ in the year 2014 to ensure uniform development of the state,” said Khattar.
He said that in the last 8 years, the state government, by rising above the politics of regionalism and nepotism; has got development works done in all the 90 assembly constituencies. “Today, Haryana is ahead of many states in the country on the path of development,” he asserted.
He said that the central and the state government have launched several welfare schemes for the citizens. In Haryana, eligible citizens are getting the benefit of every scheme sitting at home through the Parivar Pehchan Patra.
Prior to this programme, the Chief Minister was welcomed by Lok Sabha MP, Sanjay Bhatia, Rajya Sabha MP, Krishan Lal Panwar, MLA Pramod Vij and others on his arrival at Seva Sadhna and Gram Vikas Kendra. On the occasion, BJP Haryana in-charge, Biplab Kumar Deb, BJP state president, Om Prakash Dhankar and people's representatives of six Lok Sabha constituencies were present.
— Jag Mohan Thaken
(The author is a Chandigarh-based senior Journalist, Columnist & Political Analyst)