Leader of Opposition Dharamlal Kaushik takes jibe at Congress amid ongoing political crisis, says one is engaged in saving govt while other in forming govt

Leader of Opposition Dharamlal Kaushik takes jibe at Congress amid ongoing political crisis, says one is engaged in saving govt while other in forming govt

Raipur: Taking a jibe at Congress amid ongoing political crisis in Chhattisgarh, Leader of Opposition in the Chhattisgarh Legislative Assembly Dharamlal Kaushik said that Congress has absolute majority in the state, but still they are required to hold a parade in Delhi. One is engaged in saving the government and one is engaged in forming the government. There is anarchism in the entire state.

Commenting on senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi’s visit to Chhattisgarh, Kaushik said that which scheme of the government Rahul will come to see and what will he see. The state government had not done any Bhoomipujan or laid any foundation stone. Those were all done during the BJP tenure. In such a situation, it is only left for the government to show the hard work that the saffron party has done in 15 years.

While talking to media persons in Bilaspur’s BJP office, Kaushik said that the government's plan to purchase cow dung is also shut. “In most parts of the state, either cow dung has been stolen or washed away in the rain. Farmer’s crops are drying up, there are cracks in the fields, there is a problem of manure, and crimes are being committed openly. In reality, the government has nothing to do with all these problems. People have hope from the government, but it is useless to expect from this government. It is the need of hour that government should stand with the farmers and save their crops, but they are also unsuccessful in taking a decision on this”, he said.