Pilot says Raje govt's 75 per cent decisions are pending
State Congress chief Sachin Pilot on Wednesday alleged that 75 per cent of decisions by Raje government are pending even after 20 months of its formation.
Jaipur: State Congress chief Sachin Pilot on Wednesday alleged that 75 per cent of decisions by Raje government are pending even after 20 months of its formation.
Commenting on Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje's performance since December 2013, Pilot further said, "it is a symbol of working failure in the BJP government as 75 per cent of its decision were still pending in last 20 months of its formation."
He also criticised Raje's campaign "sarkar aapke dwar" in which Raje and the ministers of her Cabinet interacted directly with the people to find solutions to their problems.
To mislead people the Raje government first organised the campaign at divisional headquarters, and it could not bring any major change, its decision could not be implemented still and could come in limelight, Pilot said.
The work disposal mechanism was against the expectations of public, he said.
Referring to the Collectors-SPs conference that began in CMO today, Pilot apprehended that the BJP government should not invite BJP functionaries in such government level meetings as it did in past.
"Officers are answerable to the government, and not the party functionaries or any organisation like BJP, he added.
He demanded that the state BJP government should implement its old decision in public interest and ensure no party functionary go attending the Collectors-SPs conference.