Even the dual-engine government could not provide tribal status to the Hati community, the government could not stop illegal mining: Surjit Thakur

Even the dual-engine government could not provide tribal status to the Hati community, the government could not stop illegal mining: Surjit Thakur

The government could not even meet the demand to connect the Paonta Sahib industrial area with the railway line: AAP

Parivartan Yatra of the Aam Aadmi Party came out in Paonta Sahib under the leadership of state President Surjit Thakur, exhibition and public dialogue with Prabhat Pheri: AAP

Asked by the public for an opportunity for the Aam Aadmi party, development will take place if an honest government is formed: Manish Thakur

Himachal Pradesh Aam Aadmi Party chairman Surjit Thakur said even the BJP’s dual-engine government could not give tribal status to the Hati community in the Sirmaur region. The Hati community, which resides in dozens of panchayats in the Paonta Sahib assembly constituency, is agitating for tribal status, but the BJP government has not kept its promise. The decision to give tribal status to the Hati community must be made by the central government.

He said there is now a BJP government in the state as well as in Delhi, but the BJP has failed to give tribal status to the Hati community. The Hati community in Sirmaur district has been claiming tribal status for decades. For a long time, people in the Hati community have also been agitating over this, but so far the government has done nothing but give guarantees.

There is a continuous movement in Sirmaur to achieve tribal status for the Hati community, but so far the central government has done nothing. Seeing the continued unrest in the Hati community, the head of state minister and deputies from the four parliamentary constituencies also met with Interior Minister Amit Shah in Delhi, but there were no no hearing in the central government.

There is a lot of anger against the government among the people of the Hati community in the area because of the tribal status. In the public dialogue held during the Paramartan Yatra of the Aam Aadmi Party, people raised local issues. In which the boundaries of Paonta Sahib meet with Uttarakhand and Haryana, so there is a lot of illegal mining in other small rivers, including the Yamuna River. Government officials have failed to stop illegal mining in the area.

AAP Vice President Manish Thakur said that during the public interaction, people said there is a serious problem of drinking water and irrigation water in the area. Plans have been being made for a long time but they are not finished yet. Due to which the people of the city, as well as the people of the rural areas, do not receive drinking water nor the farmers obtain water for the irrigation.

He said there is a civilian hospital in Paonta and there are about 700 OPDs here. But there is always a shortage of doctors. The construction of a trauma center at the hospital has long been claimed, but so far the trauma center has not been built. This way the people in the area are worried about the problems. People have been calling on the government to solve their problems for a long time, but the government makes promises, it does not solve the problems.

The government was not even able to meet the demand to connect the Paonta Sahib industrial area with the railway line.

Paonta Sahib in Sirmaur district has a large industrial area. Due to government schemes, many industries have been established here, but there is no proper connectivity facility. With the arrival of industries in the area, people in the area get jobs locally. There is a long-standing demand to connect Paonta Sahib with the railway line.

People say the government can connect Paonta with Yamunanagar or Haridwar by rail, but MPs in the area are not raising this demand properly. Due to the unavailability of rail connectivity, no new industries are now appearing and the old ones are closing. Due to which employment is also being taken away from the local population.

People believe that new industries will also come connecting with the railway and the old industries will not be closed, so the young people in the area will get employment. Paonta Sahib’s connection to the railway line has long been claimed, but without effort there is resentment among the people in the area towards the MP and the government.

Parivartan Yatra of the Aam Aadmi Party came out in Paonta Sahib under the leadership of state President Surjit Thakur, did a road show with Prabhat Pheri

Parivartan Yatra of the Aam Aadmi Party was made in Paonta Sahib of the Shimla parliamentary constituency. The Parivartan Yatra was headed by state President Surjit Thakur and Manish Kumar. The morning Parivartan Yatra started with Prabhat Pheri at Paonta Sahib.

At Paonta Main Market, AAP State President Surjit Thakur, and Vice President Manish Thakur, Lok Sabha President Rakesh Azta, Lok Sabha Secretary Pankaj Sohal, Angrez Singh Rath Yatra Incharge, women’s president Nirmal Sharma, activist Gaurav and hundreds of people attended Prabhat. Pheri. After a road show, the president of the state, Surjit Thakur, conveyed to the public the message of the Aam Aadmi party.

During the roadshow, the public has been continuously involved in the path of change. During this, the party leaders also established a dialogue with the citizens and debated their policies.

An opportunity for the Aam Aadmi party sought by the public, development will occur if an honest government is formed

During the Aiv Aadmi party’s Parivartan Yatra, state Vice President Manish Thakur interacted with the audience. Manish Kumar appealed to the public to give the Aam Aadmi party a chance in the next assembly elections. Arvind Kejriwal, the convener of the Aam Aadmi Party, is known as an honest chief minister of the country.

If your honest government is formed in the state, development will accelerate. Millions of rupees are budgeted for development under the Congress government and the BJP, but due to corruption, not all development money is spent. That is why the education and health facilities in Himachal are in poor condition.

Due to the budget of millions of rupees, no school buildings or playgrounds have been built here. Thousands of teaching posts are left vacant in public schools, which the government is not filling. As a result, a teacher teaches five classes.

In this situation, you can guess how the children will study. Give Kejriwal a chance to improve education and health facilities in the state.

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