Jharkhand: BJP releases one-year report card of JMM-Congress government

Written by Abhishek Angad
| Ranchi |

Updated: December 10, 2020 3:10:13 pm





Jharkhand Chief minister Hemant Soren. BJP said the JMM-Congress government promised to give 5 lakh of jobs but it did not see the light of the day

The Jharkhand unit of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has come out with an assessment report on one year of the JMM-Congress-RJD rule in the state. The report was titled ‘Ye kaisa Badlaav? Ugravadi Khushaal, Sarkaar Malamaal. Haale Jharkhand’ (What Change is this? Militants flourishing, parties in power filling their pockets).

On issues ranging from jobs, farmers to health and development work, the BJP accused the ruling Jharkhand Mukti Morcha, Congress and Rashtriya Janata Dal combine of resorting to ‘appeasement politics’.

The parties, which ran for power on a joint manifesto promising jobs and unemployment benefits, among others, wrested control of the state in December last year.

On the issue of jobs, the BJP said the ruling coalition had promised to give 5 lakh jobs, as well as unemployment allowance but neither of them have been fulfilled. “The JMM said Para teachers will be made permanent and there will be an increase in their pay scale, but the government has kept quiet on this,” the document prepared by the BJP said.

On farmers, the document said…

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