Haryana moved backwards under BJP rule: Deepender
Congress Rajya Sabha MP Deepender Hooda on Thursday mentioned Haryana previously seven years of BJP rule has moved backwards as a substitute of transferring forward in all spheres.
“The latest data of the NITI Aayog shows that Haryana has slipped in most areas but has taken up the top slots only in crime and unemployment rates. Government of India’s NITI Aayog report, which tracks the performance of the State governments on 17 parameters, has exposed the all false claims of the Haryana government,” he mentioned at a digital press convention.
Mr. Hooda mentioned the Sustainable Development Report (SDG) index launched by NITI Aayog now places Haryana within the prime 3 States in ‘unemployment and crime’. Apart from this, the State has additionally lagged behind in schooling, industrial and financial development, he mentioned.
The MP mentioned the State authorities has utterly didn’t take care of the second wave of COVID-19 and its angle has been smug and unlucky. “There was a shortage of life saving medicines, oxygen was in short supply when it was needed, beds, ventilators etc. across the State were all found short,” he alleged.
He additionally criticised the federal government over its refusal to carry conferences with the Opposition events. “The government should tell us if discussion in Parliament and assemblies should also be stopped for fear of criticism from the Opposition,” he mentioned.