Governor wrote a letter to the CM on the demands of the heroines: BJP leaders submitted a memorandum to the Governor
The Governor wrote a letter to the CM on the demands of the heroines: BJP leaders submitted a memorandum to the Governor; Kirori said - the government's behaviour is like spitting and licking
Politics has intensified in the case of Pulwama martyrs. Governor Kalraj Mishra has written a letter to CM Ashok Gehlot on the demands of the heroines. After the memorandum of March 4 of the heroines and the demand for euthanasia, the Governor has written a letter to the CM asking him to consider the demands.
The Governor has written- It is the responsibility of the state to take care of the families of the brave sons who made the supreme sacrifice for the country and give them due respect. Considering the request of the heroines, ensure action according to the ideology of the welfare state. Looking at the special nature of this matter, immediate positive action should be taken on it.
BJP's Rajya Sabha MP Kirodilal Meena targeted the government. Kirorilal Meena said that on Tuesday two ministers – Pratapsingh Khachariawas and Shakuntala Rawat came to meet the women protesting. Both considered the demands justified and assured a solution. It was expected that there would be an announcement from the government to accept the demands, but in the meanwhile, the statement of the Chief Minister came. The demands which the two ministers of the government were considered legitimate and went away with assurances of a solution, the Chief Minister raised questions on the demands of those heroines. It has become like 'spit and lick'. When the Chief Minister had to do the same, then why did two ministers come to talk to the heroines?
Kirori said – Instead of making unnecessary statements, the Chief Minister should meet the heroines once. Instead of questioning their demands, a positive attitude should be taken. Ignoring the wives of the martyrs in this way does not suit the head of the government. Martyr Rohitashw Lamba's wife Manju Jat is sitting on a fast unto death for four days after being hurt by the government's neglect and dictatorship. On Women's Day, what would be more unfortunate than that a heroine has to fast to get her small demands accepted?
A delegation of BJP leaders met Governor Kalraj Mishra and submitted a memorandum regarding the demands of the heroines. Arun Chaturvedi, Ashok Lahoti and Ramlal Sharma were included in the delegation led by Deputy Leader of Opposition Rajendra Rathod. BJP leaders said that the government did not fulfill the promises made to the heroines. When the heroines came back after meeting the Governor on March 4, they were manhandled.
BJP leaders said that three ministers of the government had announced to Martyr Rohitash Lamba's wife Manju to give the job to brother-in-law by giving relaxation in brother-in-law rules. There was an announcement to build a martyr's memorial and build a road. Ministers had also announced to the wife of martyr Hemraj Meena to name the school and to construct a road till Shaheed Ki Dhani. The government has not yet fulfilled the announcements.