Congress ‘playing politics’, minimum worried about advancement of poor: J’khand CM

Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das on Wednesday blamed the Congress for playing legislative issues for the sake of towns and poor people, expressing that the gathering which has ruled the country for quite a while after freedom is minimum made a big deal about their advancement.

Das communicated his mistake over the move of the Chief Minister of Congress-ruled states to avoid the meeting of the Niti Aayog, which was led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi at his official 7, Race Course Road (RCR) living arrangement here.

“It is amazingly lamentable that the Congress Party is doing legislative issues for the sake of towns, agriculturists and poor. Indeed, even today the fair Prime Minister spoke to the different political gatherings that the Center would start activity on their recommendations would be invited by the Center,” Das said.

“The Congress CMs ought to have been available in today’s meeting. In the event that they truly consider the advancement of poor and towns, then they ought to have given their recommendations,” He included.

Leader Modi, who led the second meeting of the representing chamber of Niti Aayog prior, in his introductory statements said the Center and states must move together to end neediness.

He said the political stop over area securing is genuinely affecting country improvement, including the formation of schools, healing centers, streets and watering system ventures.

Finishing up the meeting, the Prime Minister expressed gratitude toward the Chief Ministers for their cooperation and said that their proposals would be invited.



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