FROM OUR CORRESPONDENT
ITAGAR, Dec 13: Aruchal Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) has come down heavily on the Pema Khandu-led BJP Government for the present state of affairs in the State. Pointing out various problems faced by the people, particularly shortage of cash in the banks and ATMs, APCC President Takam Sanjoy said shortage of cash has led to a chaotic situation in the State capital.
“People, especially the small vendors, are suffering in such a situation never witnessed in the State during the Congress regime,” Sanjoy told reporters at Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan here. He blamed the situation on the “mismagement” of the Pema Khandu Government. “The State recently witnessed Income Tax department’s raid on certain individuals and companies without following laid down norms. Even the Delhi Special Police Establishment Act, 1946 has certain guidelines for carrying out raids. Legal ways were not followed. Our party will not tolerate such political moves from the Centre as well as the State Government,” Sanjoy said without mentioning the mes of the persons and the companies. He said regiolism has no future in the State and other political parties should understand this. “Prime Minister rendra Modi is trying to topple Congress governments in various States. We will resist all such mischievous act strongly,” he said and condemned the BJP for playing ‘topple politics’.
Sanjoy welcomed Komkar Riba, appointed as Congress committee president of the newly-created Lower Siang district. “We congratulate the newly-appointed DCC president as well as Rahul Gandhi for being unimously elected party president,” Sanjoy said.