Chandigarh: Given the support that the Hath se Hath Jodo campaign is receiving, the Haryana Congress has decided to continue it for three more months. Now this program is also carried out in May, June and July. The decision was made at the Congress Legislature Party session. Former Prime Minister and opposition leader Bhupendra Singh Hooda chaired the meeting. Also present at the meeting were President Chaudhary Udaybhan and Rajya Sabha MP Deepender Hooda.
At the Congress MLAs meeting, it was decided that on May 13, all Haryana Congress MLAs would go to Jantar Mantar to support the wrestlers. A national level program will be organized on June 4th on the occasion of Sant Kabir Jayanti at the Old ITI Ground in Rohtak. On June 18th, a “Jan Milan Samaroh” will be organized in Panipat. The eighth “Vipak Aapke Samaksh” program will be held in Bhiwani on June 25th. Referring to the revelations in the CAG report on the Excise Agency, Bhupendra Hooda said the government has no record of liquor production, sales and revenue. The worst thing is that the alcohol sold in Haryana is not even checked for drinkability. Although irregularities have repeatedly surfaced, the excise agency has so far failed to take any precautions, from QR code to CCTV surveillance.
Compared to the excise tax revenue target set by the government, significantly less revenue is generated. The CAG has uncovered serious irregularities in the excise authority. The government that claims transparency is proving to be a failure on every count. Regarding the portal, he said that digitization started during the Congress government. However, its purpose was to provide convenience to the public. While BJP worked to disrupt the public by making arrangements such as “Meri Fasal, Mera Byora”, property ID and family ID. This will shut down old-age pensions, ration cards and welfare systems for the poor. He reiterated that a pension of Rs. 6,000 would be paid to the elderly for stab wounds after the Congressional government was formed. Congress delivers what it promises. While JJP has backed down on its promise in its manifesto.
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