Haryana Congress president Ashok Tanwar has termed 100 days of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government's functioning as failure on all fronts.
In a statement issued here on Monday, Tanwar said chief minister ML Khattar-led government was bent on undoing all welfare schemes for the people, which was an insult to the people's mandate.
Stating that the state government had also failed to bring any significant project to Haryana from the NDA government at the Centre, he said the inexperience of Khattar was evident from latter's announcement to set up airports at Hisar and Karnal as it was UPA government that had announced to set up 100 low-cost airports in the country, which included the two said cities.
Likewise, while the UPA government had given its nod for a nuclear plant in Fatehabad, it was the NDA government that had now blocked the funds meant for it, Tanwar alleged and added that the BJP had come to power by misleading people on 'Achche din' (good times).
Tanwar also flayed principal opposition party Indian National Lok Dal for keeping mum and said the Congress would start agitations against the state government from March.