Team TGC: How would you rate the performance of the Harish Rawat government in Uttarakhand? Trivendra Panwar: Be it Harish Rawat or anyone else, they don’t have the right policies in place, nor do they have a vision in mind for the state. They are only bothered about what is good for their personal wellbeing, and…
The Congress government has given this state two chief ministers, Vijay Bahuguna and Harish Rawat; out of the two, I would definitely say that Harish Rawat has been the better CM.
The year gone by was also marked by political upheaval within the state, with several Congress MLAs upstaging a protest against the government in power; this was followed by their ousting from the party, and a period of President’s rule within the state. How this political scandal of opportunism is perceived by the public will reflect in the mandate received on March 11.
In this week’s ‘Quote-Unquote’, readers share their opinions on whether the Uttarakhand government is taking adequate steps to promote and encourage sports within the state.
In this week’s ‘Quote-Unquote’, Rishikesh residents share their opinions on how the recent demonetisation move will affect the chances of the BJP in the upcoming Uttarakhand elections.
FACE OFF: Do you think the Congress government has failed to perform at the state level in Uttarakhand? Answer, Premchand Aggarwal
I strongly feel that if the Congress government and Mr Harish Rawat remain in power within the state of Uttarakhand, we will be on our way to becoming a regressive rather than a progressive state.