Anurag Thakur justifies the GST and land bills, says Cong opposing the bills to gain sympathy

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Hamirpur
  • Updated: Sep 15, 2015 20:03 IST

Bharatiya Janata Party leader and member of parliament from Hamirpur district Anurag Thakur on Monday blasted the Congress party for opposing the goods and services tax (GST) bill and the land bill. He claimed that both these bills were pro-people and would change the economy of India.

While concluding his three-day tour of the district, the BJP leader said the Congress party was opposing these bills only to gain the sympathy of people.

He said the Congress had become restless after losing the Lok sabha elections and were resorting to such antics.

Speaking on the One Rank One Pension issue, he said the BJP-led central government had fulfilled its commitment to soldiers of India and the Congress party had no right to claim that it was their baby.

Anurag claimed that whatever the party leaders had promised to the people were being fulfilled one by one and it was not true that the central government had done nothing for the people.

He said the election results in Bihar would prove who was pro-people as people there were all set to vote for the BJP-led NDA combine.
Members of the ex-servicemen community at village Ramehra honoured Anurag Thakur for taking up their voice on One rank, One pension in Lok sabha.

Thakur also inaugurated a Mahila Mandal Bhawan at Ramehra village.

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