Local member of Parliament and All-India Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) chief Anurag Thakur on Wednesday hit out at the Congress party-led state government for its utter failure on all fronts and ignoring the developmental works.
Addressing a public meeting at Sarhkar village after dedicating to public developmental works worth `16 lakh, Thakur said the state government had not fulfilled even a single promise made before the Vidhan Sabha elections, as a result the state’s development had gone haywire.
He said chief minister Virbhadra Singh was ignoring the development of all areas represented by BJP MLAs, which was a violation of democratic norms.
Thakur also accused the state government of stalling projects in Hamirpur constituency for which money had been given by the central government.
The BJYM chief claimed that the country had progressed much under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and India would become a major information technology (IT) nation in the coming years.
Earlier, he inaugurated a residential complex of the local National Institute of Technology and assured students and staff of more funds for the institution’s all-round development.
Rajya Sabha MP Vimla Thakur and local MLA Narendra Thakur were also present on the occasion.