Chandigarh: Haryana Janhit Congress and Bhartiya Janata Party’s joint co-ordination committee in a meeting has decided to hold state-wide protest on May 23rd against the policies of state government. On the same day, the alliance leaders have also decided to send a memorandum to the state governor through deputy commissioner.
 
A Joint of meeting of the alliance’s coordination committee was held in New Delhi at the residence of HJC Chief and MP Kuldeep Bishnoi, declared the State government’s failure in meeting the basic needs of the people of the state. The meeting was chaired by the co-ordination committee’s Chairman and former MP Dharampal Singh Malik.

The leaders of HJC-BJP alliance have claimed the success of joint party worker’s conference held so far in the state. It was also decided in the meeting that the leaders and the workers of both the parties will protest against anti-people policies of the state government, deteriorating law situation, awful condition of farmers and rampant corruption in the state government.

While making allegations on the State government, alliance leaders have said that government had assured to the farmers that it will purchase the wheat produced by them but today lakh of tones of wheat is lying in the open. Government agencies are refusing to purchase the grains by citing excuses like lack of storage facilities in the state. Moreover, government has yet not decided the rules and regulations on teacher’s appointment due to which a large number of vacancies of teachers are yet to be filled. 

(JPN/Bureau)

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