In Chhattisgarh, the Congress government led by Bhupesh Baghel completed two and a half years today, or to say that two and a half years have passed since the BJP was away from power. Therefore, BJP leaders attacked the state government by holding a press conference and raised questions about the unfulfilled promises. The opposition also demanded the release of a white paper from the state government. Minister Ravindra Choubey lashed out at the BJP’s press conference and retaliated that BJP leaders are coming in front of the media to avoid being harassed by the high command. On the completion of two and a half years, it is also natural to review the work of Bhupesh Sarkar apart from the strikes. The question is, how much has Chhattisgarh changed in two and a half years? How was the performance of the government in fulfilling its promises and implementing welfare schemes?

The Bhupesh government in Chhattisgarh is completing two and a half years. While BJP is not leaving the opportunity to target the government by making the issue of disobedience to the government, the ruling party is also answering every attack of the opposition along with counting its achievements at this important stage. In fact, exactly two and a half years ago today, on December 17, Bhupesh Sarkar ended his 15-year exile in Chhattisgarh. In these two and a half years, the government has fulfilled the priority promises out of 36 election promises made to the public. In this, 25 hundred rupees of paddy to the farmers, loan waiver, electricity bill half and irrigation loan are mainly included. The process has also been started to fulfill other promises like regularization of irregular employees, unemployment allowance. The government also had to deal with the challenges of the Corona transition period for one and a half years. Even in this difficult period, the government has given 15 hundred crores of Rajiv Gandhi Kisan Nyay Yojana and Godhan Nyay Yojana to the farmers. But on the issue of prohibition, he is constantly on the target of the opposition. The workers of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha reminded the government of the issue of prohibition by protesting, while on the other hand, BJP leaders held a press conference and targeted the government’s disobedience.
Responding to the allegations of BJP leaders, Minister Ravindra Choubey said that they are holding a press conference together to overcome the high command’s harassment and discord. On the demand of former Chief Minister Raman Singh to release a white paper from the government, Ravindra Choubey said that the state government does not need BJP’s certificate.