CM: To mislead people, Cong creating false narrative

Solan, June 23

Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur said here today that the Congress was trying to create a false narrative to mislead people. He was addressing a Tridev Sammelan of the Shimla parliamentary constituency that was attended by 6,100 party functionaries.

"The BJP will again form government in Himachal, as it had done in four other states recently. Himachal is a small state but our party organisational structure is the best and our field-level activists are our biggest strength," he said.

Union Agri Minister stresses on natural farming

  • Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar stressed on the promotion of alternative agriculture practices to reduce dependence on chemical inputs in farming
  • The minister raised the topic during a visit to the Dr YS Parmar University of Horticulture and Forestry, Nauni.
  • He also enquired about the progress of the national committee that was formed to design the course curriculum on natural farming
  • University VC Rajeshwar Chandel, who is member of the curriculum development committee, briefed the minister about the work undertaken by it.

The BJP set a new narrative "Na Raaz Na Taaz bus Rivaaz" as the Chief Minster said the party would create history by again forming government by winning the Assembly elections. He, however, admitted, "Some works may be still incomplete but our party functionaries should focus on the Assembly elections on the basis of developmental works carried out by the state and Central governments".

The Chief Minister lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi's liberal support to the state. He said that the Prime Minister had sanctioned centrally-aided projects worth Rs 10,000 crore and a special assistance of Rs 800 crore.

Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar said that the BJP would again come to power in the state as it had improved the condition of common people while the Congress followed divisive politics. He said that the BJP believed in nationalism while the Congress was marred by dynasty politics. He lauded the Chief Minister for successfully implementing the Union Government's policies.

State BJP president Suresh Kashyap said that four Tridev Sammelans had been organised in all four Lok Sabha constituencies. While Hamirpur recorded the highest 97 per cent attendance, Kangra saw 94 per cent, Shimla 93 per cent and Mandi 90 per cent attendance. Cabinet ministers Sukhram Chawdhary, Suresh Bhardwaj and Rajiv Saizal, MLAs and the heads of frontal organisations were present.

Courtesy: Tribune News Service

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