Congress releases ‘charge sheet’ against state and central government

Prameyanews English

Published By : Prameya News Bureau | February 21, 2024 IST

Bhubaneswar, Feb, 21: The Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) recently released a chargesheet against both the Centre and the state government. This charge sheet highlights their failure in providing basic services such as healthcare facilities, employment, and clean drinking water to the people of Odisha. 

OPCC president Sarat Pattanayak, campaign committee chairman Bijay Patnaik and manifesto committee chairman Panchanan Kanungo told media persons here that people of the state are facing discrimination in their own state. “Both the governments ruled by the BJP and BJD have failed to provide basic services like clean drinking water, healthcare facilities, irrigation and employment to people,” they alleged.

The Congress leader alleged that despite more than two lakh vacancies in various departments, the state government has failed to take any initiative to resolve this issue. As a result, many people from Odisha are migrating to neighboring states in search of employment opportunities.

They alleged that the state’s education system has suffered due to 50,000 vacant teaching positions and inadequate infrastructure in government schools. Consequently, students are increasingly opting for private schools.

The chargesheet also questions the progress of the investigation into the chit fund scam, which involves both the CBI and the Crime Branch. Unfortunately, the current status remains unclear, the Congress charge sheet said.

This chargesheet sheds light on critical issues affecting the people of Odisha and emphasizes the need for urgent action to address these challenges, said the Congress leaders.



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