Ranchi, Nov 02 (UNI) The Congress, extending outside support to the UPA-backed Madhu Koda government, today grilled the Jharkhand government over slow progress of developmental schemes.
Spokesperson of the state unit Alok Dubey said development work had come to a halt and only 15 per cent of the funds were spent in the last six months.
''The achievement of the chief minister was only 7.5 per cent in the last six months,'' Mr Dubey said adding the government should inform how the remaining 85 per cent money would be spent in the next six months.
Besides, progress in other departments like food supply, water resources, education and industry were also slow, he added.
Mr Dubey said party's Jharkhand in-charge Ajay Maken had advised Mr Koda to expedite developmental projects during his first visit to the state.
He said issues like poor law and order and rampant corruption in government departments should also be dealt with seriously.