The BJP Legislative Group submitted a memorandum to Governor Urmila Singh against the alleged policy of vendetta of political opponents being pursued by the Congress government.

The memorandum submitted under the leadership of former Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal. In the memorandum, BJP alleged that the government had ordered large-scale transfers of employees on political ground.

BJP claimed that in its eight months of rule, Congress led Govt has failed on every front and to divert attention from its failures, the ruling party had initiated a vigilance probe into phone tapping, cricket stadium at Dharamsala, allotment of plots by HIMUDA and other old cases.

BJP accused Govt for victimizing elected Panchayati Raj functionaries on political considerations and many of them had been implicated in false cases. Opposition also alleged that even contractors were being harassed for being supporters of the BJP.

BJP claimed that development activities had come to a standstill as the government was busy wreaking political vendetta on opponents. Party also accused Govt for not initiating any new developmental scheme and accused for stopping those started by the BJP government. BJP also accused Congress led Govt for renaming many successful scheme started by the previous BJP government like Atal Swasthya Sewa and Atal Uniform Yojna.

Opposition BJP stated that Govt inefficiency has forced the populace scheme of subsidised ration scheme was on the verge of collapse and the people had not been provided levy sugar for the last four months.

In its memorandum, BJP claimed that the government had failed to provide adequate relief to the floods affected people of the state.

It also draws Governor attention towards the worsening law and order situation in the state. BJP alleged that Govt has failed to check the illegal mining along the Punjab border and cases of rape and other crime was on upward.

The opposition asked Congress led Govt to towards the development of state and demanded Governor to order Govt to stop victimising its political opponents and threatened to start a stir if its demands are not met.