State BJP president Sunil Jakhar, whereas hitting out on the AAP authorities in Punjab for abdicating its accountability to provide good governance, on Friday stated the Advocate General had no enterprise to inform the Supreme Court that Punjab will change from paddy to bajra cultivation.
Addressing the media right here, Jakhar stated “it is not the prerogative of the Advocate General to make such a colossal decision for a primarily agrarian state like Punjab”.
“Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann needs to come up with a comprehensive strategy to address this pertinent crisis. On the contrary, Mann has turned the administration into a farce and a comedy.”
Jakhar stated final yr AAP minister Kuldeep Dhaliwal had introduced that the Delhi mannequin shall be carried out and Rs 30 per hectare shall be the price of bio-decomposer.
According to a RTI report, the federal government in Delhi spent Rs two lakh on bio-decomposer, one lakh on jaggery and a whopping Rs 22 crore on ads.
The central authorities has since 2018 given Rs 1, 370 crore in subsidy, which quantities to 50 % for getting the machines within the state.
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) in its investigation discovered that 1, 125 machines had been lacking .This yr the Central authorities has requested the state authorities to lift Rs 140 crore to get Rs 360 crore subsidy for the machines. However, the Mann authorities remains to be dilly dallying inflicting the farmers large struggling.
The BJP chief, whereas agreeing that the hazard of stubble burning must be tackled on a warfare footing, nevertheless, condemned the Mann authorities for registering instances towards farmers.
Speaking on legislation and order, he stated the state is struggling economically and politically because the liquor and drug mafia function from the state’s jails beneath the patronage of the AAP.
The Chief Minister sadly has little regard for the reality. Last yr he had promised in May 2022 that the state authorities will compensate for the deficit of the minimal assist value (MSP) on maize, sunflower and moong.
However the farmers had been left within the lurch as solely 12 per cent had been capable of get their dues.