Chief parliamentary secretary (CPS) Inder Dutt Lakhanpal on Saturday asked the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leaders not to spoil the atmosphere of the state by raising irrelevant issues.
While addressing the people at Badsar who met him with their grievances, the CPS said if the BJP activists continued to behave irrationally, the Congress workers would also retaliate and teach them a lesson.
He called upon the people to join their hands with the Congress party. He expressed optimism that the party would sweep all the four Lok sabha seats in the state this time.
Earlier, presiding over an annual prize distribution function at a school in Badsar, he said the state government was making all-out efforts to provide quality education to the students in the state and a sum of Rs 3,836 crore was being spent for the promotion of educational activities in the state.
On the occasion, he announced that all those students who would take admission in institutions like the IITs, AIIMS and IIMs would be given a sum of Rs 75,000 as incentive from the state government.
He further announced that a science lab would be set up in the school the proposal for which had already been mooted by him to the state government for final approval.