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‘Neither people nor Congress MLAs happy with govt’

‘Neither people nor Congress MLAs happy with govt’

Anurag Thakur with women folk artists at Hamirpur on Monday.



Our Correspondent

Hamirpur, March 4

Anurag Thakur, Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting, said that the the failure of the Congress leadership and unfulfilled guarantees by the party had led to political instability in the state. Anurag was addressing media on the sidelines of Mahila Sangeet Pratiyogita, near here, today.

The Union minister said neither people nor MLAs of Congress were happy with the working of the government. People were feeling betrayed. He appreciated the decision of the Supreme Court on law makers and said that this would evolve honest and transparent practice in politics.

Anurag said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had a vision to make India a prosperous nation. He said that Prime Minister was less worried about elections and more about the development of the country and its people. The focus of the PM was eradication of poverty, infrastructure development, including road network, construction of airports, expansion of rail lines, and development of sports infrastructure in the country.

Speaking on the Mahila Pahari Sangeet Pratiyogita, Anurag said this programme was successful in encouraging rich cultural heritage of the state. He said that over 15,000 women from the district participated in the event which showcased traditional attire and folk culture of the region in the programme.

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