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Our govt does not believe in politics of discrimination: CM

By ANN Service

SIVASAGAR, Nov 26 - Kicking off the campaign for the forthcoming panchayat elections in Sivasagar district, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today addressed a massive party rally at Parag Chaliha Stadium and reiterated his government�s commitment to build a new society of Panchayati Raj on lines of the Gandhian model of Ram Rajya.

Sonowal said that the BJP led by Narendra Modi, despite scathing attack of the opponents, is standing firm by the poorest and weakest in the society and helping them grow in confidence and resources through schemes like Jan Dhan, Swachh Bharat etc. The BJP government has initiated a development programme that had never been undertaken before, opening bank accounts of one crore poor families for free, building three crore toilets across the country and 26,000 in the State, besides providing 19,000 LPG connections to BPL women under the Ujwala scheme made during its two-and-a-half years in power.

Sonowal added that they have not been indulging in the politics of discrimination as had been done by the Congress and have been distributing benefits to beneficiaries from the lists prepared during Congress days.

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Our govt does not believe in politics of discrimination: CM

SIVASAGAR, Nov 26 - Kicking off the campaign for the forthcoming panchayat elections in Sivasagar district, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal today addressed a massive party rally at Parag Chaliha Stadium and reiterated his government�s commitment to build a new society of Panchayati Raj on lines of the Gandhian model of Ram Rajya.

Sonowal said that the BJP led by Narendra Modi, despite scathing attack of the opponents, is standing firm by the poorest and weakest in the society and helping them grow in confidence and resources through schemes like Jan Dhan, Swachh Bharat etc. The BJP government has initiated a development programme that had never been undertaken before, opening bank accounts of one crore poor families for free, building three crore toilets across the country and 26,000 in the State, besides providing 19,000 LPG connections to BPL women under the Ujwala scheme made during its two-and-a-half years in power.

Sonowal added that they have not been indulging in the politics of discrimination as had been done by the Congress and have been distributing benefits to beneficiaries from the lists prepared during Congress days.

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