BJP wants white paper on Jalayagnam irrigation projects

The BJP has asked the state government to publish a white paper on Jalayagnam, detailing funds mobilised for projects as also water allocation.

Published: 17th March 2013 09:25 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th March 2013 09:25 AM   |  A+A-

M-Venkaiah-Naidu

The BJP has asked the state government to publish a white paper on Jalayagnam, detailing funds mobilised for projects as also water allocation.

BJP state executive committee, which met here on Saturday, blamed the state government for apex court’s verdict over Babli project and demanded the government to address the problems of the farmers under Sriram Sagar project.

The meeting also condemned the bankers’ proposal to publish the names and photos of the defaulters of crop loans in newspapers and demanded the government to see that the proposal is withdrawn. The BJP executive meeting wanted the  government to set up a House Committee to look into irregularities in loan waiver scheme, as pointed out by CAG report.

The saffron party is gearing up for the elections as it sees itself as the only alternative that can make a difference.

Party cadres have been asked to be prepared for the elections and start the ground work immediately. ‘’The present situation is conducive for it. The state party has to be prepared for early elections. We have to strike when the iron is hot,’’ BJP national leader M Venkaiah Naidu said.

Naidu, who was here to participate in the two-day State Executive Committee and State Executive Council meetings which commenced on Saturday, advised the party cadre to take up door-to-door campaign for propagating BJP as the right choice for the people to lead them.

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