Vote out inefficient Congress for the bright future of  Uttarakhand : Amit Shah
स्रोत: News Bharati English      तारीख: 09-Feb-2017


Tehri, Feb 9 : Blaming Congress government of Uttarakhand for not taking enough steps for the overall development of the state BJP chief Amit shah said that the incumbent chief minister Harish Rawat is very inefficient who always complains about the non-availability of resources. He was addressing the election rally at tehri organised by local unit of BJP.

Slamming Chief Minister Rawat for nurturing the corrupt practices in the state of Uttarakhand Shah said that Chief Minister always looks for avenues to mint money instead of working hard. Taking pot-shot on congress party Shah said that Harish Rawat "was the only chief minister" allegedly seen negotiating a "bribery deal in a sting operation".

He further added that corruption has reached its peak in the state under the Congress government. He also expressed his displeasure over the approach of Harish Rawat for the project of 'chardham' which is the pet project of PM Modi.

Commenting on the ongoing protest against the Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his remarks on the  former PM Manmohan Singh Shah said that Rahul Gnadhi  should first keep his house in order instead of blaming Modi.

He further underlined that Rahul himself had humiliated Manmohan Singh by shooting down a cabinet decision when the Congress-led UPA was in power. Referring to the comment of "maut ke saudagar" Shah asked congress party to introspect before seeking apology from PM Modi. 

Elaborating the vision of BJP for the state of Uttarakhand Amit shah promised that his government will provide a high quality of infrastructure for the development of IT parks in the hills on the lines of New York and New Jersey.

Spelling out his plans for the untapped sector of organic medicines shah asserted that his party if came to power will bring structural reforms to meet international demand for herbal medicines. He urged people to vote in favour of BJP in upcoming polls of Uttarakhand.