Prof Chaman Lal slams coalition for ‘mis-governance’
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Jammu, July 20: Former Union Minister and MLA Jammu West, Chaman Lal Gupta on Wednesday slammed the ruling coalition partners National Conference and Congress for “mis-governance” and “regional bias”, cautioning that things would take ugly situation if early steps were not taken to rectify the policies pursued up till now.
After visiting several areas of his constituency, Gupta regretted that the steps were not being taken in the right direction despite pointing out to the “sad situation” at many places.
He also voiced concern over unplanned “development activities” and “deliberate delay” in execution of the most important schemes including the construction of flyovers in the congested areas.
“It is intriguing that the execution of the developmental projects is being delayed even after the provision of funding by the Centre. To add to the situation in this capital city, the roads and lanes have been dug for introducing sewerage system and to execute some other developmental schemes, but they are not being repaired for months together despite protests at various levels,” he maintained.
Gupta alleged that this was not only resulting in difficulties to the people of these localities, but also wastage of the hard earned money of the exchequer.
Gupta cautioned that the time would come when all the concerned would have to be answerable.
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