BJP attacked Odisha government, six questions

Bhubaneswar: State BJP vice-president Sameer Mohanty today accused the Odisha government that the ruling party has politicized serious cases for personal gain which has hindered the progress of the state.
At a press meet, Mohanty put six questions before the Odisha government and said that Odisha stood second in cases of atrocities against women.Highlighting the involvement of police officers in heinous crimes against women, he further alleged that the keeper destroyed the beard. Questioning the role of the government, he asked whether the state government had a special espionage department. He further asked, why is the state government distributing funds to its party workers when the government at the Center is releasing funds under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana (PMAY) to give houses to the poor.
Mohanty demanded an explanation from the government as to why Fani victims are still living in a pathetic condition.Mentioning about the ‘Make In Odisha’ initiative, BJP also inquired why different industries are leaving the State. He further alleged that unemployment rate in the State is tremendously increasing.
“Although the Center has released huge amount of funds under various schemes, the Odisha government has failed to utilize it and is in debt. As per the CAG report, the Odisha government has not utilized 36 percent of the fund. Mohanty said the Panchayati Raj department has failed to produce a report of utilization of 40 per cent of the fund.The BJP has demanded an explanation from the state government about the distribution of funds under the Kalia scheme.
“Kalia and Prime Minister-Kisan schemes are different and will never match. The state government is informing citizens about the merger of two different schemes.
The saffron party also questioned the state government’s intention behind not starting coastal-highway works before the elections.
On the other hand, BJD MLA Debi Mishra said, “Odisha government will provide benefits to all. PM-KISAN does not include all beneficiaries, but KALIA is still providing benefits to all. “

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