Bilaspur (HP), Jan 2: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on Tuesday accused the previous Congress government of pushing the state to a fincial crisis with a Rs 46,500 crore debt.
He said it was shameful that the party which ruled the state for decades had done little in the me of development, except borrowing loans and creating fincial mismagement.
Addressing a public rally here, Thakur said the new government would spend every single pie received from the Central government for people’s development and welfare.
He said he met Union Fince Minister Arun Jaitley and Prime Minister rendra Modi, who promised him all possible assistance to overcome the debt.
Officers have been asked to prepare proposals to overcome the debt, he said, adding the major challenge before him was to take the government out of the fincial mess. The Chief Minister said his government would not follow the revengeful attitude as was the case during the previous government. (IANS)