Former Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh targets the State Government over its Unfulfilled Promises.

Former Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh targets the State Government over its Unfulfilled Promises.

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Raipur. Former Chief Minister Dr Raman Singh has once again targeted the Bhupesh Baghel Government, this time before the Marwahi election. Dr Raman Singh said that we have fifteen years of progress to our credit, while the Congress government has stopped growth everywhere in Chhattisgarh, including Marwahi. Projects ranging from construction of roads, bridges and culverts to housing schemes, all are at a standstill. The Government has discontinued all beneficial Schemes like Kanyadaan Yojana, Charanpaduka Yojana, and diverted all this money into Gothan. All panchayats are suffering from debt. Dr Raman Singh asserted that the Congress Government had insulted the Panchayati Raj system.

Former Chief Minister and current Vice President of BJP, Dr Raman Singh, reminded the Congress about its Election Manifesto. In the manifesto, the Congress government had promised a liquor ban which is yet to take effect. A monthly stipend of two thousand five hundred rupees for the unemployed; A similar amount per quintal of paddy for the farmers were some of the promises in the manifesto. Farmers are still awaiting the last of the two instalments.

Raman Singh said that the Congress party is trying to spread confusion regarding the new Agricultural Law which will benefit farmers. The law will not close any markets, nor mandis, and it does not stop Congress government from purchasing paddy. He also spoke on the comments made by PCC Chief Mohan Markam on the Leader of Opposition, calling them baseless and against the dignity of Chief's position.