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No visible work in disaster-hit areas: BJP

No visible work in disaster-hit areas: BJP
Under the intense cold waves, it is unimaginable to know the ground realities of people in higher villages who lost everything in the last year June-disaster. Since then, the situation has not improved, in spite of tall claims of the ruling Congress party.

While taking on new chief minister Harish Rawat, Bhatt said, Rawat is busy in unveiling foundation stones of new and old projects, which is undemocratic under the code of conduct as panchayat elections and parliamentary elections are round the corner. Political somersault can’t win the sympathy of people.

‘There is no need of ‘janta darbar’ in the comfort zone of the city, but one need to hear the grievances of the disaster-hit villagers, and to sort out their problems on priority basis’, Bhatt added.

Bhatt further alleged that from the announcement of new schemes, the ruling government is trying to catch the attention of voters, adding, from the past eight months, the disaster-hit villagers are waiting for relief and rehabilitation work, and the state government is still pondering on the distribution of portfolios under new leadership.

‘The last two days rainfall in higher regions has led to the closure of major roads connecting major pilgrim centers in the state. If this situation prevails for longer period and the monsoon comes earlier, then how the state government can think over conducting smooth flow of tourists/pilgrims during pilgrim season,’ he said.

The growing discontentment is clearly visible on the faces of Congress ministers, and CM Harish Rawat is still in doldrums regarding the new roles to be assigned to already retain old cabinet ministers of Bahuguna time.
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