A 17-member BJP delegation led by former chief minister Bhagat Singh Koshiyari met the governor and submitted the memorandum to him, state BJP spokesman Virendra Singh Bisht said.
"We met the governor to draw his attention to matters of public interest such as early resolution of problems being faced by people due to wrong policies laid down by Rawat government," he said.

The memorandum, carrying a 16-point charter of demands, seeks immediate redressal of a slew of problems, including review of the previous government's liquor policy and the increased circle rates which have added to the woes of the common man, the spokesperson said.

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