Initiative: Separate department will be made for migrant Uttarakhandis, the body of saints will not flow in Ganga

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The government took a decision in the brainstorming program of ministers with legislators
The body of monk saints will not flow in the Ganges, a tomb will be built in Haridwar

Uttarakhand government will take the help of migrant Uttarakhandis to stop the migration. A separate department will be created to make the Uttarakhandi invest easily in the state. The government has taken a big decision for the Sadhu Sant Samaj. On the demise of sage saints, instead of having his body flowed into the Ganges, a mausoleum will be built in Haridwar.

At the same time, Mukhyamantri Vatsalya Yojana will be started for orphan children above 18 years of age. Apart from this, by the year 2022, the government will connect every gram sabha with the road. This decision was taken at the Chief Minister’s residence on Thursday along with ministers and BJP MLAs in the brainstorming program of Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat. In the program, the ministers listed the work done in the three-year term and laid the roadmap for the new plans to be launched in the next two years.

57 percent announcements completed
The MLAs also put up problems related to their assembly constituencies. After the program, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat told in a press conference that many important suggestions came from MLAs in the brainstorming program. What achievements were made by the government in three years were also discussed. The government is serious about the Chief Minister’s announcements. 57 percent, announcements have been completed. There was a serious churn in the departments of education, health, drinking water, irrigation, forest, etc.

MLA’s complaint, nothing new
BJP MLAs often allege that officers do not listen to them. Recently, Minister of State Rekha Arya has accused the Department of Personnel that officers are not listening to them. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat does not consider this problem of MLAs serious. On the question related to the allegations of arbitrariness on the bureaucracy, the Chief Minister said, “I have been hearing this problem ever since I came into politics. This is not a new thing.”

Congress MLA angry for not calling in the churn
Congress MLAs are angry at the lack of invitation from Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat in the brainstorming program on development. They say that Congress MLAs should also have been called for the churning. The leader of opposition Indira Hridayesh expressed her displeasure at the CM’s refusal to attend the banquet.

This meeting was called in Doon on Thursday to review the government’s three-year work. Legislators and ministers of the ruling party attended this meeting. Not calling the opposition MLAs is also a matter of great concern to the Congress. They say that the election is fought on the basis of the party but after the election, all the MLAs are members of the same house.

If the government had organized a brainstorming program for development, then Congress MLAs should also have been invited. Leader of Opposition Indira Hridayesh was so angry that she refused to go to the feast organized by CM. Indira said that she has no interest in feasts. Congress MLAs are being ignored. No Congress MLA’s road proposals were accepted.

ND Tiwari preferred BJP MLAs more
According to the Congress MLAs, Congress never neglected the opposition MLAs. During the tenure of ND Tiwari, some Congress MLAs had expressed their displeasure over the work of BJP MLAs. This sensitive issue was also taken care of in the subsequent Congress term.

Modi and Shah should teach the Chief Minister a lesson
There is a lot of resentment among the Congress MLAs. “We did not get an invitation for any churn. The feast was an invitation from the CM. Some of my MLAs asked me if I was going. I said I am not fond of food. We gave equal status to all the MLAs. This government gave rupees ten crores to the MLAs for roads and did not approve the road of a single Congress MLA. Modi and Shah should now teach the Chief Minister a lesson.”
– Indira Hridayesh, Leader of Opposition


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