THE POLITICAL resolution adopted on the first day of BJP’s State executive showered lavish praises on the Shivraj Singh Chouhan Government for rapid all-round development of the State.
In the same breath it criticised the Cente for deliberately creating hurdles in the way of State Government’s efforts at making Madhya Pradesh a leading progressive State in the country.
Listing the works in respect of road construction, power generation, irrigation, water conservation, large-scale plantation, welfare of State Government employees, farmers, dalits and tribals, new job opportunities, attracting industrial investment and cow conservation, the political resolution condemned the Centre for creating hurdles for the State Government in its efforts.
The resolution referred to the alleged short supply of urea, reduced power supply from the northern grid and delay on the part of railways to lay new tracks in the tribal areas of the State and said that it seemed to be a deliberate design on the part of United Progressive Alliance’s (UPA) Government at the Centre to frustrate attempts of the State Government in providing good governance.
The resolution also refered to panchayats of different segments of people organised at the initiative of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and praised his efforts at establishing a direct dialogue with different sections of people.
The BJP State executive comprehensively rejected the recommendations of Sachchar Committee and described it a part of UPA’s appeasement policy, which it said would only weaken the country. The political resolution also criticised the ‘unnecessary’ delay in execution of Parliament attack convict Afzal.
The executive felt that attempts were being made in the State in a planned manner to disturb communal harmony and suggested that Congress could be behind this ‘conspiracy’.
The resolution was moved by BJP State general secretary Bhupendra Singh, supported by senior tribal leader Faggan Singh Kulaste and endorsed by State BJP secretary Babu Singh Raghuvanshi.