Punia holds Baghel’s govt work as ‘excellent’

Raipur: Playing the role of coordination and as a bridge between the top leadership of Congress and Bhupesh Baghel’s government in state, PCC General Secretary and State in- Charge PL Punia was all praise for CM Bhupesh Baghel’s government and its working in the last six years.

In the last three days he held talks separately with the Ministers of the state government; Congress MLAs and office bearers of the organization and reviewed about the working of the state government. Just a day earlier, PL Punia visited the villages near capital city an inspected the ‘gouthans’ under construction.

Speaking to media persons at Rajiv Bhavan, PL Punia held the work of Baghel’s government as excellent and said that he is very much satisfied with working of Bhupesh Baghel’s government and gave him 10/10 points. Speaking further PL Punia said that government’s ‘Narva’, Ghurva’….. Yojana is very good scheme and claimed that this will strengthen the rural economy. The outcome of this scheme in the long run will be very much positive. This scheme would ensure development and growth of poor and the villagers.

Citing about details of talks held with the Ministers he said that he held one-to-one talks with the them. The PCC State president Mohan Markam present on the occasion said that the state incharge took information about the state’s schemes. Taking feedback from the Ministers it was reviewed and he laid emphasis on working with good co-ordination between the organisation and the governance.

Former CM takes a shot on the marks The BJP National Vice President and former CM Raman Singh coming down heavily against the issuing of 10/10 marks on the 6 months of Congress rule in the state questioned him that as to why the party (Cong) was reduced to 11/9 in the last Lok Sabha polls.

On the issues likely to be raised in the ongoing monsoon session of VS, Dr Raman said that they would take up the martyrdom of Bheema Mandavi and jawans in the coming day. The meeting of party’s MLAs meet will be organized in Vidhan Sabha itself on Monday and next course of strategy will be finalized.

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