Hamirpur, April 16
Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi, has lost faith in Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Maan in less than a month and is taking decisions from Delhi, said Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while addressing a rally at Pansai village in Nadaun, near here, today.
He said that according to news reports, Punjab officers were asked to take lessons from the Delhi Chief Minister, a humiliation for the people and the bureaucracy of Punjab. He added that the self-respecting people of Punjab were feeling betrayed.
Thakur said that the BJP would again form government in the state while the Congress was on a ventilator.
Earlier, he inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of 46 projects worth Rs 287 crore at Nadaun.
He announced a rafting and tourist complex on the banks of the Beas to be built at a cost of Rs 26 crore. He also announced to start a degree college at Galore village, Jal Shakti division at Nadaun, upgrade of Pansai High School to senior secondary level and two health sub-centres in the constituency.
Thakur said that the government had ensured the development of all areas of the state.
Rajya Sabha MP Sikander Kumar, HRTC Vice-Chairman Vijay Agnihotri, Bhoranj MLA Kamlesh Kumari, and Bal Vikas Aayog Chairperson Vandna Yogi were also present.