Congress Govt Starts With Revenge On Agenda – Jai Ram Thakur

Dharamsala: “The Congress government has started working with a sense of revenge,” former Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur hit out at his successor Sukhvinder Singh Sukhu announced the new government decision to review all decisions taken by the previous government since April 2022.

Taking to Twitter Jai Ram said, “We served the public for five years without any discrimination, never did any work in the state with a sense of revenge. We did not overturn any decision of the Congress government, did not stop any development work, but regret that Congress, continuing its custom, started the work of stopping and overturning the decisions of our government, while the cabinet has not even been formed yet, but has started working with a sense of revenge.”

He added that the beginning of work with the spirit of revenge is not good. Stalling, obstructing and distracting the works of schools, colleges, hospitals, police station, bridge, road, drinking water scheme… has started, for which the public will never forgive them.

The government came out with a notification on December 12 where the Chief Secretary forthwith annulled all appointments of all chairman, vice-chairman and nominated members in boards and corporations, autonomous bodies, cooperative institutions and other committees, including temple committees and urban local bodies.

The order also stated the termination of all extensions or re-employment forthwith, except in government medical colleges.

Thakur Sukhvinder Singh Sukku being sworn in as the new chief minister of Himachal Pradesh at The Ridge on 11th December, 2022 (Photo: HP Public Relations)

It also said that all the decisions taken by the previous BJP regime led by Jai Ram Thakur from April 1, 2022, will be reviewed and notifications for the creation and upgrade of institutions be de-notified and administrative Departments may put up such fresh proposals for consideration of the Cabinet.

Further, the recruitment process that are under way in Government Departments, boards and autonomous bodies of the State government, including public universities, except those being undertaken through the State Public Service Commission and State Subordinate Services Selection Board be held in abeyance.

However, these orders would not apply to government medical colleges and institutions of Health and the status quo be maintained in respect of transfer orders which are unimplemented.

All offices have been directed not to issue any fresh appointment letter or notice inviting applications in respect of para pump operators, para filters, multipurpose workers, para cooks and para helpers etc.

The Engineer-in-Chief of the Jal Shakti Department also directed all the officials of the Department to restore all foundation/inauguration stones which have been damaged due to any reason.

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