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Congress govt lacks vision, planning, says Koshiyari

The state government is not serious in sorting out burning problems of the state, and the people are fed-up with the rising levels of corruption, lawlessness and skyrocketing prices of essential commodities. Now, people are desperately looking for change, and the forthcoming general elections will be an opportunity for them to realize their dream.

On the relief and rehabilitation work in disaster-hit areas, the ruling government has moved at snail-paced, in spite of aid from Central government and several other agencies. They lack vision and right road-map, and as a result, the condition of villagers has not improved yet. The road connectivity to several villages is pathetic, and one can move at his own risk. The progress work is only on papers, and on ground, there is no visibility of progress.

He lamented that bureaucracy is going out of gear, due to government inefficiency and lack of control over bureaucrats. They have become stubborn and steel-hearted, and the real sufferers are common people, who have to rum from pillar to post to get their work done. A good political system can bring all machinery under control. But this aspect is missing in the present government.
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