Haryana Government Committed to Welfare of All Communities, Says Chief Minister

Chandigarh, July 4 :  Haryana Chief Minister Nayab Singh reiterated the state government’s commitment to the welfare of every community, following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s mantra of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas, Sabka Prayas, and Sabka Vishwas.” He emphasized that the government is dedicated to ensuring equal development across all areas and will continue to work for the welfare of all 36 communities in the future.

The Chief Minister made these remarks during an interaction with citizens at his residence, Sant Kabir Kutir. The event was also attended by former Minister Kiran Chaudhary and former MP Shruti Chaudhary.

Women’s Representation in Parliament

Chief Minister Nayab Singh highlighted the crucial role of women in the country’s development, noting their contributions to building a civilized family and society. He praised Prime Minister Modi for ensuring 33 percent representation for women in Parliament, honoring their significant role.

Tribute to Former Chief Minister Bansi Lal

The Chief Minister also acknowledged the contributions of former Chief Minister Bansi Lal, who he credited with providing a new direction for Haryana’s development. He praised Bansi Lal’s dedication to ensuring that every village received electricity, water, and roads, making Haryana a leader in rural infrastructure development.

Opposition’s False Propaganda on Constitution

Chief Minister Nayab Singh accused the Congress Party of misleading the public with false propaganda about changing the Constitution. He asserted that the Constitution is not merely a book but a systematic process for governing the country. He emphasized that Prime Minister Modi has adhered to the Constitution throughout his 10 years in office and demanded that the Congress apologize to the people for insulting the Constitution.

The event was also attended by the Chief Minister’s Political Advisor Bharat Bhushan Bharti, Media Secretary Praveen Atrey, and other dignitaries.

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