Trivendra Singh government is doing excellent in Uttarakhand and has shown positive results during the last six months assured the BJP’ s national chief Amit Shah while addressing a largely attended press conference on the concluding day of his two day vist today afternoon.
When questioned by a journalist as to how much number would he accord to the state Chief minister on his last six month’ s performance a smiling BJP chief said he’s is too weak in statistics but would assure all that Trivendra Singh Rawat and his government is performing excellently.
After praising the BJP led Narendra Modi government after the completion of three and a half year of rule Shah said that this is is for the first time in India that a party that came to power after dethroning the previous government accused of various scams to the tune of 12 lac crores could not be accused of a single blot of corruption.
He incessantly praised prime minister Modi for being outrightly succesful on many fronts such as granting employment to a whopping 7.5 crores youth in various sectors and through financial intrest freehigly subsidise loans, electrication
14 thousand villages out of total 19000, distribution of 2.5 crore highly subsidised or free gas cylinders to the poor, marginalised and economic deprived classes, opening of 28 crore Jan Dhan Bank accounts and bringing immense foreign investments in the country componded with increase in growth rate of the Indian economy.
Answering to the volley of question to the local journalists after highlighting his government’s national achievements uninterruptedly, Amit Shah said his government has increased 15 thousand crores in the 14th 5 year plan including 18000 crores additionally from other sources for Uttarakhand’ s development. Looking too confident he preferred to just give unsatisfactory answers to few unwanted queries.
On the question regarding giving up of farmers loans on the lines of Uttar Pradesh Mr. Amit Shah said that situation or policy regarding loan waiver to farmers differs from state to state giving clear indication that the Uttarakhand government has for now no plans for loan waivers of the UK farmers.
On the question of corruption charges and scams Amit Shah assured that no body will be spared however big or mighty he or she would be but charged the former govt of majority of the scams. The press conference lasted for half an hour with no questions posed to the chief minister who seemed to be in quiet a piquant situation thinking that no untoward question is posed to put his or his government’s position in quandary and he was lucky enough that all went well.