Not all goes properly with Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar’s ongoing on-the-spot grievance redressal programme named Jan Samvad (public join). Khattar, who’s in Delhi on Saturday to attend the eighth Governing Council assembly of NITI Aayog, is reportedly going through the wrath of the general public within the Mahendragarh district over the announcement of a sub-tehsil a day earlier.
As villagers of Dogda Ahir got here to know concerning the announcement of a brand new sub-tehsil, which they claimed is introduced by the Chief Minister in a smaller village, they obtained angered. They stated their village was greater than Sihama village and ideally a sub-tehsil also needs to be arrange of their village.
Breaking -Haryana CM Shri Manohar Lal KhattarWas taken hostage by the offended villagers . Offended villagers are protesting outdoors the home the place the CM stayed at night time .
The CM just isn’t being allowed to go away the home.pic.twitter.com/CNRcTkTIf6
— Surbhi (@SurrbhiM) May 26, 2023
The protesters staged a sit-in protest outdoors the official lodging the place the Chief Minister stayed for an evening. As per media experiences, Khattar was caught in the identical home for nearly 4 hours, whereas there was steady sloganeering in opposition to him.
Within the morning, the Chief Minister referred to as the protesters for talks and satisfied them to withdraw the protest with a promise to conduct a feasibility report for organising the sub-tehsil of their space too.
Forward of the 2024 parliamentary and Meeting elections in Haryana, the BJP has stepped up its ballot preparations in a bid to repeat its authorities within the state for the third time and win the utmost variety of seats for the Lok Sabha.
Khattar, who’s going through anti-incumbency within the state, believes the Jan Samvad is a platform the place the persons are speaking concerning the distinction between the Congress regime and the current rule.
Earlier, in Sirsa district, the yatra was disrupted on Might 15 when a girl sarpanch confronted the Chief Minister, took off her dupatta (stole) and threw it on his toes.
Inside every week, three such incidents involving the Chief Minister have been reported in Sirsa when he concluded his Jan Samvad programme on Might 16.
CM Khattar, who appears to be banking largely on Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s charisma, is saying the state is adapting a number of schemes emulated by the Centre for each part of society.
He’s saying the persons are availing advantages of state schemes like Parivar Pehchan Patra, CHIRAYU Haryana, Ayushman Bharat Yojana, Outdated-Age Pension, Mera Pani Meri Virasat and Meri Fasal Mera Byora.
He believes within the final eight-and-a-half years the federal government has introduced many radical adjustments within the system together with all-round growth of the state.
Whereas addressing the Jan Samvad in Nangal Sirohi village in Mahendragarh district on Friday, the Chief Minister introduced that within the subsequent 4 months, the federal government is planning to fill 65,000 vacancies in Group C and D.
Political observers consider that just like the Congress which confronted twin anti-incumbency in 2014 state polls, it’s the BJP this time that’s going through comparable dissatisfaction among the many individuals over corruption, regulation and order and unemployment.
(With IANS Inputs)