Lost front in bye-election, war is yet to come : Political resolution 

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By Mohan Lal Verma 
Shimla, Nov 29
The ruling BJP said in a political resolution that it has lost the front in the bye-election but war is yet to come in 2022 assembly election which the party would win and complete mission repeat.  The ruling BJP passed this political resolution recently from Nov 25, 26 and 27 during brainstorming session on party debacle in the three Assembly and One parliamentary constituency by election despite being in the power.   
” The results of the recently held bye-elections have not come as per the expectations of the party despite hardwork of the party workers.  It has been reviewed that somewhere, it has not been completely successful in conveying the message on ground to the people about the welfare policies of Central and State Government ” said the party resolution.
The party leaders were of the opinion during the ‘Chintan Shivir’ that they were perhaps in overconfidence, and maybe some people have also been confused by the propaganda of the opposition. Party State Working Committee accepting public mandate in the bye election also thanked the voters and party workers for working for the party in the election.
” The party believes that we do not have success on one front but war is yet to come,
which we will surely win on the strength of party’s able leadership and the hard work of the workers. ”
” It is the firm belief of the state BJP that the present party rule is working continuously
in the interest of the state, public and party is committed to make every citizen of
Himachal healthy, educated and self-reliant. It would achieve its goal of taking this
naturally beautiful state to the pinnacle of prosperity. ” resolution said.
This State Working Committee of BJP calls upon the workers of the state to play their active role in taking these achievements of the present government to the people so that together party could realize dream of Mission Repeat in 2022 assembly election.
Party Working Committee hailing present State Government completed almost four years of its tenure, is full of splendid achievements.
State Working Committee believes that this govt under the leadership of Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur is keeping up the basic mantra of public service and public welfare in front.
The upliftment of the poor and neglected sections, good governance with public participation, quick redressal of public problems, women empowerment, transparent and sensitive administration and equitable and balanced development of all areas and classes have been the priority of our government.
Following the policy of Antyodaya, the present government has implemented many welfare schemes which have resulted in a change in the socio-economic life of the people in the state.
Soon after coming to power state gave regard and respect to old people, and without condition of income limit, the age of receiving social security pension was reduced from 80 years to 70 years, helping about 3 lakh 7 thousand people under this scheme and also increased the monthly pension to Rs 1500. Now fixing age limit for women to 65 years under the scheme is also a commendable step of the government.
State government has spent Rs 2581 crore on about 6 lakh 9 thousand families under the social security pension scheme. The Shagun scheme of  providing financial assistance of Rs 31 thousand on marriage of daughter’s of BPL families also been started.
Party said that under ‘Jan Manch’ direct communication was established with the public to redress  public grievances immediately. So far, 53655 grievance of the people have been resolved through a total of 232 Jan Manch programs.
Mukhyamantri Seva Sankalp Helpline-1100, were launched for online redressal of public problems as out of 296292 complaints of common people through this platform, 254137 have been settled.
State adjudged as an ideal or model state in terms of development index in hilly states.
The double engine government is moving ahead on the path of progress with active support of party centre government. Under the Ujjwala scheme launched by the Central Government, 1 lakh 36 thousand SC, ST and OBC poor families of the state got  free gas connections. Similarly under Grihani Suvidha Yojana launched by Jai Ram Sarkar, 3 lakh 50 thousand gas connections were also distributed in state as a result of that Himachal have become the leading state in the country with 100 per cent Cooking gas connections today.
Under Ayushman Bharat card scheme about 3 lakh 73 thousand families were covered in the state and 1 lakh 33 thousand people, got the benefit in various health institutions. Similar HimCare scheme  was also run by the state which covered as many as 5 lakh 13 thousand families and about 2 lakh 7 thousand people have benefited.
To provided free treatment to the poor and needy people medical assistance was also provided under Chief Minister’s Relief Fund and Sahara Yojana, supporting as many as 16,117 people suffering from serious illness as about 44 crores amount has been
spent on it.  In the education sector pre-primary classes have been started in 3500
schools, the Medha Protsahan Yojana is also proving to be a boon.
The assistance given by the Workers’ Board to the children of about  3 lakh 50 thousand workers of the state for the education of their children  has been increased almost 3 times.
Under the Mukhyamantri Swavalamban Yojana, effective efforts are being made to motivate the unemployed youth towards self-employment and make them self-reliant.
In the agriculture sector CM Khet Sanrakshan Yojana, CM Nutan Polyhouse Scheme, Hailnet Yojana and Shiva Project are changing the fate of farmers and gardeners, while the Central Government is giving it to the farmers. Serious efforts are being made to double the income of farmers by increasing the minimum support price.
State Working Committee believes that the Jai Ram Thakur government has faced a serious challenge like the Covid-19 global epidemic.  The State had taken effective steps to control it and help the affected people during the first wave of Corona, while at the time of the second wave also made meaningful efforts.
State government neither allowed shortage of beds nor oxygen to the corona positive patients. Himachal became First state in the country to give the first dose of vaccination to 100 percent eligible and it is working hard to give 2nd dose to all the targeted 100 per cent likely to be completed by 30th November.
During the first wave of Corona Wave five kg Rice or Wheat and one kg pulses for 9 months was given to 80 crore poor people in the state. resolution mentioned.

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