Haryana Pradesh Congress Committee (HPCC) president Ashok Tanwar on Wednesday said that the BJP government in Haryana had done nothing in 100 days of its regime to boast about.
"It is still working on those projects which were launched by the previous Congress government. The BJP government is just changing the names of ongoing schemes and projects and taking false credit in the name of progress," said Tanwar
while addressing party workers in Rishi Nagar here.
He said, "Our goverment had sanctioned Rs 1500 crore for the four-laning of Sirsa Dabwali national highway and the work on the project is being started now. In the name of better days ahead, the BJP had sought votes, but the people of Haryana have realised within three months that instead of good days, bad days have come in the state".
The HPCC chief further said, "The poor people are being denied ration at ration depots. It appears that there is no government functioning in the state. Specific villages and places are being selected for development at the cost of others.".