Commenting over the maiden 100 days completed by the Virbhadra-led government, former Chief Minister and leader of opposition Prem Kumar Dhumal has alleged that it lacks control over administration which has been affecting public welfare services in the state.
Dhumal unleashed his views at Nurpur, where is blamed that Virbhadra Singh has failed to deliver to poor in the state and alleged that this Govt had only worked for transferring government officials and employees. He blamed that it has engaged its energy in changing the names of government schemes, programmes and institutions. The public distribution scheme in the state has flopped during the past three months and the government has failed to deliver the subsidised food items to the people of the state.
Dhumal said his government had taken the decision to accord benefits of 4-9-14 to the employees, but the present government had changed its decision to implement the same. This decision would also affect the financial benefits in the 2016’s pay commission.