Public issues at Bay following Political drama in Janmanch at Bilaspur

Hamirpur , September 10
The political drama at Janmanch programme in district Bilaspur put all public issues that were to be addressed during the programme on September 8 . Notably, the programme was organised in village Deoth in Bilaspur in kutlehar constituency. The programme was headed by urban development minister Sarveen Chaudhary.
Apart from minister former minister and sitting MLA Ram Lal Thakur, BJP state spokesman Randheer Sharma and officers of district administration were present to address the grievances of public. 

The heat erupted in the meeting when former MLA and BJP state spokesperson Randheer Sharma allegedly started giving wrong information regarding four lane highway project. The matter was heated following statement of Randheer Sharma that the status of the road. He stressed that the  project was put to halt during congress government.

 The local MLA Ram Lal Thakur present raised his objections and asked BJP leader to clarify and update his knowledge about the four lane project. He said that BJP leader should know that the four lane work was in supervision of centre government and it was NDA government in the centre from last over five years. The members of NSUI started raising slogans against the BJP leader and state government for ignoring Bilaspur. The police force was sprung into action to calm down the embroil at the meeting site.

Sarveen Chaudhary UD Minster tried to hush up the matter said that the government had started numerous public welfare schemes for poor and needy. She said that the efforts were on to start the four lane work in Bilaspur. She also elaborated the schemes started by the centre government.

Ram Lal Thakur MLA Kutlehar said that BJP leaders in state and at Natioanal level were misleading people on the development issues while addressing media today at Bilaspur. He said that NDA government had announced 69 National Highways but the construction of not even a single one was started. He said crores of rupees of contractors were put on hold and governments were making lame excuses to divert the attention of the people form the core issues.