On the occasion of Independence Day, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat hoisted the tricolor in the summer capital of Uttarakhand. He hoisted the tricolor in the Gairsain assembly and saluted the brave martyrs. After this, the Chief Minister laid the foundation stone of several departmental schemes. He also participated in the plantation program. During this time the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly was also present with him.
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat congratulated the state and countrymen on Independence Day. In his message, CM Rawat said that the government is making every effort to give a corruption-free system to Uttarakhand He further added that transactional system of e-cabinet, e-office, CM Dash Board Utkarsh, Right to Service and Transfer Act has led to a qualitative improvement in work culture in the state. Rawat further informed that work has been done seriously to bring investment in the state.
Rawat also paid tribute to freedom fighters, martyred soldiers of military and paramilitary forces, and martyred agitators of Uttarakhand state formation while wishing the people on Independence Day. He said that this time on Independence Day, the circumstances are very different as the entire country is fighting the global pandemic Covid-19.
After hosting the flag in Gairsain, Rawat attended the flag hoisting program at the function held in the BJP office and in the police line.
From here the Chief Minister went to BharadisainGarsain program where he attended the flag hoisting ceremony along with Assembly Speaker Premchand Aggarwal. The Chief Minister said that there will be planned development of Garsain as he informed “A committee will be constituted for the roadmap for the development of non-military. It is the need of the hour to make Gairsain a summer capital. In Kovid 19, the government is working fast. The health system has improved compared to earlier.”
Further, the CM announced that “A 50-bed district hospital will be built in Gairsain. Mini Secretariat will be established in the Bharadisain assembly. Networking will be expanded in Gairsain. The inspection building of the Public Works Department will be made of 8 rooms in Gairsain. Cold storage and food processing plant will be built in the Gairsain block. Eco Park will be established in Bharadisain. State ITI Garrison’s building will be constructed.”
The Chief Minister is expected to camp in Gairsain for another day and arrangements have been made for his night stay at the Chief Minister’s residence inBharadisain.
The next day the Cm will be visiting Mausoleum of the hero of the Peshawar incident Veerchandra Singh Garhwali. After this, the Chief Minister will conduct an aerial survey of the disaster affected areas of district Pithoragarh, Galati, Kalika, Dharchula, Baram, and inspect the disaster affected relief camps in Baram. His aerial survey will be followed by a meeting with the party officials at the forstgurst house in Pithoragarh. The CM will be halting in Pithoragarh for his overnight stay as he is scheduled to return to Dehradun at 10 am on Monday.
Meanwhile, the political crisis for Congress in the state has continued to deepen as, under the leadership of District Panchayat President Madhu Chauhan, more than a hundred workers of Chakrata region left the Congress and joined the BJP on Thursday. The BJP president termed the involvement of workers in the BJP as a result of the achievements of the government. He said that the people are happy with the work of the government and are constantly choosing to connect with the BJP, as the people have lost their attachment to the Congress.
District Panchayat President Madhu Chauhan said that impressed by the public welfare policies of the Central and State Government, the workers of other parties are continuously expressing their faith in the BJP. He said that the government is working on various types of development schemes for the Chakrata region.