BJP claims three years of state government is ‘without any major achievement’

Ranchi: The opposition BJP had released a charge sheet against the state government after the completion of its three years in stint claiming the government has no major achievement to show during this period. The BJP charge sheet rubbishes the claim explaining how the Hemant Soren government ‘did nothing’ for the people of Jharkhand except ‘befooling’ them by formulating long policies.

BJP state president and Rajya Sabha member Deepak Prakash released the charge sheet saying that the Hemant Soren-led Jharkhand government is ‘vision less’ and involved in all types of ‘corruption’. He said a close aide of the Chief Minister is in jail.

Prakash said that time has come for the chief minister to explain the latter’s relationship with Pankaj Mishra, and Amit Agrawal and let people know why he has not given his nod to register FIR against senior IAS Pooja Singha for her involvement in corruption.

Prakash said the chief minister is also expected to explain under which circumstances the state collected less revenue by selling liquor under a new excise policy. He said the CM is also expected to let people know about the Chhatisgarh-based liquor baron involved in the business of liquor in Jharkhand.

The BJP state president said that the government failed to fulfill its promises of either giving employment or unemployment allowances to youths. He said that the government formulated the 1932 Khatiyan-based domicile policy knowing well that it is going to be scrapped in the same way it was scrapped earlier during the regime of chief minister Babulal Marandi.

Prakash said the Hemant Soren government is anti-backward as it conducted Panchayat elections without giving them reservations and now plans to conduct municipal elections in the same way. He said that the government has not constituted a backward commission so far.

Talking about poor law and order, Prakash said in the last three years as many as 1, 78,351 cases of crime have been registered across the state.

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