Rewari, July 27 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today criticised the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) for being opportunist and described its leaders as devotees of 'Kursi Rama'.
The Chief Minister was addressing a largely attended public meeting after laying the foundation stone of a building of Industrial Training Institute (ITI) at village Berli Kalan in the district.
He said that the BJP had been indulging in politics of self interest and it had nothing to do with the interests of the country.
Mr Hooda said that the nuclear deal would accelerate the pace of development in the State and the country. Those opposing it could not be the well wishers of the country, he added.
He also criticised BJP MPs for showing bundles of currency notes in Parliament.
He said that 5000 Gram Panchayats have already submitted their proposals for allotment of residential plots to members belonging to Scheduled Castes and those living below the poverty line.
He reiterated that Hansi Bhutana Link Canal would be constructed and after its completion, there would be no shortage of water in southern Haryana. He said that a Central University would be set up in district Mahendergarh and it would be named after Lord Krishna.
A Defence University would also be set up in Gurgaon, he announced.
While responding to the demands of the area put up by MLA, Jatusana, Rao Yadvinder Singh, the Chief Minister announced that a college would be set up at village Guravada and the Government would take over the management of DAV College for Girls at Kosli. He said that the building of ITI being constructed at Berli Kalan would cost Rs six crore.
He announced to give Rs 40 lakh to each of the 15 villages in the constituency for development purposes. He said that Rs five to 10 lakh would be given for development of each of the 25 villages in the area.
Union Minister of State for Defense Production Rao Inderjit Singh in his speech said that there were 22 plants in the country which used nuclear fuel and out of these 14 plants would generate power. Eight plants would not only generate power but also produce ammunition, he added.
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