The ruling Mla became vocal on broken roads in Haryana

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During the Question Hour and Zero Hour on the last day of the monsoon session of the Haryana Legislative Assembly, ruling legislators took aim at bureaucracy. A number of BJP and JJP MLAs spoke out against officers in circles over broken roads and pending projects and said officials are not listening to them. Even the Prime Minister’s announcements are not taken seriously.

Upset with the functioning of officials and ministers, Hodal MLA Jagdish Nair even said that if it doesn’t improve, everyone will have to bear the brunt. Addressing the ministers, Nair said if the officers are not under your control, make him (Nair) the minister, then I will show you how the officers do not work.

Kaithal MLA Leela Ram Gurjar also expressed similar displeasure and arrested the officers. Leela Ram said that despite the CM’s announcement, the department is now refusing to build the flyover at Kaithal. Also, work on Kyodak and Gyeong Drain has not started. He also met the Principal Secretary to the Chief Counsel regarding these demands, but nothing happened. Leela Ram said that action should be taken against these officers.

In three years I did not find any problem in my light: Satyaprakash
Pataudi BJP MLA Satyaprakash said here that in the last three years, the PWD department did not set up a single road in his area for the construction of a road. Most of the light tracks are broken and accidents happen every day due to potholes. However, as soon as the MLA finished his talk and took his seat, Deputy Chief Minister and PWD department in-charge Dushyant Chautala called Satyaprakash and spoke.

Dada Gautam targeted Dushyant again
Along with the BJP, the JJP MLAs were also not far behind in harassing the government. Narnaund MLA Ramkumar Gautam said that no one listens to MLAs or the Chief Minister here. Targeting Dushyant Chautala, Gautam said that this PWD ministry is stuck in the wrong place, so all paths are broken in the light. JJP MLA from Guhla Cheeka, Ishwar Singh did not have a bus stand at Cheeka, he also gave away the land, no hearing was held for one and a half years. Preparations are underway to wrest DD power from NAPA presidents, this is wrong. The government should have more power.

He didn’t even go to his maternal uncle’s village because of a broken road
Bawanikheda BJP MLA Bismber Singh said he cannot even go to his maternal uncle’s village because of the broken road. When you go, your maternal uncle says that what’s the use when even the village road can’t be built. The MP said that his maternal uncle is in Balambha village. He has raised many times the demand for the construction of a road from Kalanga to Balamba, but the solution is not being resolved.

Requirement to remove conditions in the old-age pension
JJP MLA from Barwala Jogiram Sihag said that in case of old age pension, the condition of 2 lakh should be removed and this amount should be given to all senior citizens. The conditions imposed by the government are wrong and should be removed. Leader of Opposition Bhupendra Singh Hooda MLA BL Saini said that one can measure how well the government is functioning when the MLAs are not functioning.

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During the Question Hour and Zero Hour on the last day of the monsoon session of the Haryana Legislative Assembly, ruling legislators took aim at bureaucracy. A number of BJP and JJP MLAs spoke out against officers in circles over broken roads and pending projects and said officials are not listening to them. Even the Prime Minister’s announcements are not taken seriously.

Upset with the functioning of officials and ministers, Hodal MLA Jagdish Nair even said that if it doesn’t improve, everyone will have to bear the brunt. Addressing the ministers, Nair said if the officers are not under your control, make him (Nair) the minister, then I will show you how the officers do not work.

Kaithal MLA Leela Ram Gurjar also expressed similar displeasure and arrested the officers. Leela Ram said that despite the CM’s announcement, the department is now refusing to build the flyover at Kaithal. Also, work on Kyodak and Gyeong Drain has not started. He also met the Principal Secretary to the Chief Counsel regarding these demands, but nothing happened. Leela Ram said that action should be taken against these officers.

In three years I did not find any problem in my light: Satyaprakash

Pataudi BJP MLA Satyaprakash said here that in the last three years, the PWD department did not set up a single road in his area for the construction of a road. Most of the light tracks are broken and accidents happen every day due to potholes. However, as soon as the MLA finished his talk and took his seat, Deputy Chief Minister and PWD department in-charge Dushyant Chautala called Satyaprakash and spoke.

Dada Gautam targeted Dushyant again

Along with the BJP, the JJP MLAs were also not far behind in harassing the government. Narnaund MLA Ramkumar Gautam said that no one listens to MLAs or the Chief Minister here. Targeting Dushyant Chautala, Gautam said that this PWD ministry is stuck in the wrong place, so all paths are broken in the light. JJP MLA from Guhla Cheeka, Ishwar Singh did not have a bus stand at Cheeka, he also gave away the land, no hearing was held for one and a half years. Preparations are underway to wrest DD power from NAPA presidents, this is wrong. The government should have more power.

He didn’t even go to his maternal uncle’s village because of a broken road

Bawanikheda BJP MLA Bismber Singh said he cannot even go to his maternal uncle’s village because of the broken road. When you go, your maternal uncle says that what’s the use when even the village road can’t be built. The MP said that his maternal uncle is in Balambha village. He has raised many times the demand for the construction of a road from Kalanga to Balamba, but the solution is not being resolved.

Requirement to remove conditions in the old-age pension

JJP MLA from Barwala Jogiram Sihag said that in case of old age pension, the condition of 2 lakh should be removed and this amount should be given to all senior citizens. The conditions imposed by the government are wrong and should be removed. Leader of Opposition Bhupendra Singh Hooda MLA BL Saini said that one can measure how well the government is functioning when the MLAs are not functioning.

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