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Himachal Pradesh elections: Congress created hurdles in all development projects for state, says Anurag Thakur | Himachal-Pradesh Election News


BILASPUR: Minister of Trade Unions for Sports, Youth and Information and Broadcasting Anurag Thakur on Tuesday accused Conference on the creation of barriers in the implementation of various welfare schemes in Himachal Pradesh.
Attacking the role of Parliament, both as a ruling party as well as in opposition, the Union minister said the old party had repeatedly failed to keep its promises.
Addressing five public protests in Ghumarwin, Jhanduta and Sadar constituencies in Himachal Pradesh’s Bilaspur district on Tuesday, Thakur said that the BJP’s five years in power have opened up more developments than 60. year in power of the National Assembly in the state.
Thakur, an MP from Hamirpur, says connectivity is a big problem for the people of the hill state.
“BJP’s Sankalp Parta has focused on transport and infrastructure development. During the next 10 years under Shakti Yojana at a cost of Rs 12,000 crore, BJP will carry out infrastructure and transport development around religious sites. The question of connectivity has always been important for the hills. The BJP dual-engine government will ensure that every village in Himachal Pradesh is connected by a concrete road in the next five years,” he said.
Congress leader Sachin Pilot was on Monday while campaigning in Doon and Jubbal Kotkhai on Monday said “the BJP’s dual-engine government will soon derail”, adding that the ruling BJP has put ” all the great leaders” when it failed. to present a poll-bound Himachal Pradesh report card.
Criticizing Congress for making lofty promises without keeping anything, Thakur said that while the party promised to give government jobs to one person per household in 2003, no one received it. any job. “Again in 2012, Congress printed out new forms for unemployment benefits. No one gets it. Congress filled out the forms twice when forming the government but did nothing,” he said, adding, “What guarantee will you give a party that has no guarantees of its own? The top leadership of the National Assembly will be released on bail today. ”
Union minister has listed projects in Himachal Pradesh where Parliament has created roadblocks. The list includes the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) valued at Rs 1470 crore in the state to which “Parliament has not given the land for four years.”
“In 2010, we founded Central University, but Congress put in place an administrative hurdle for eight years,” he said. In 2012, we passed the hydrocarbon engineering college project, but Congress stopped it for seven years,” he said.
Highlighting the achievements of the BJP government, Thakur cited the country’s largest hospital and medical institute (AIIMS-Bilaspur) developed at a cost of Rs 1,500 crore. “We are building a PGI hospital in Una at a cost of Rs 400 crore,” he said. A 300 bed hospital has been built in Hamirpur at a cost of around Rs 350 crore. And Central University was promised, before when we were approved, Rs 280 crore will be spent but now Rs 550 crore has been received for that Central University. ”
Thakur added: “In terms of medical infrastructure, the mobile clinic vans will be doubled in each Vidhan Sabha so that people can access medical facilities in remote areas. In the past 8 years, 12,000 km of roads have been built. Hamirpur will be Himachal’s second district after Una, which will be connected by a wide gauge railway. Before that, three Vande Bharat trains had run in the country. Today India’s most modern train has departed at Himachal”.
Local leaders said that while the National Assembly is concerned with the trend of eliminating the ruling party in the state, the BJP led by Prime Minister Modi is focusing on women’s and farmers’ empowerment and development. state infrastructure.
Jaisinghpur BJP MLA Ravinder Ravi Dhiman says his constituency must wait 30 years for any form of development. “In the past 5 years, right from clean water supply projects to road construction, the development has happened very quickly. The people of Himachal Pradesh and especially Jaisinghpur will once again put their faith in the development of Modiji. ”
Himachal Pradesh will vote for a new council on 12 November. Results will be announced on 8 December.

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