Contractual employees from the Punjab will expose the Congress government of Punjab in the Rajasthan on the issue of false promises made by it before coming into power in the Punjab. A group of 200 employees will proceed to Sri Ganga Nagar, Hanumangarh and Bikaner of Rajasthan. The Pamphlets have been printed in Hindi in bulk to distribute by the Contractual Employee Action Committee, Punjab, to tell the people of Rajasthan that Punjab government has failed to fulfill the promises made by the Congress in its the manifesto.Contractual employees have been seeking meeting with Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh to remind him his poll promises but of no avail. The promises made by the Congress were to be fulfilled within 100 days of the formation of the government. Leaders of the action committee, Imran Bhatti, Aheesh Julaha, Praveen Sharma, Rakesh Kumar and others said that the Congress leaders from the Punjab were seeking votes in Rajasthan on name of achievements of the Captain government and Congress president Rahul Gandhi is giving an example of good governance by the Punjab government in the five states where the election are to be held. But the truth is completely opposite, they said.The employees have been facing problem because not even a single promise has been fulfilled by the Punjab government. They told that it was their duty to aware the people of Rajasthan about the truth of the Congress party. Despite the assurance, no action has been taken so far, they added. The Punjab government has decreased the salary of the employees, they added. They said that even not a single minister of the Punjab government was ready to hold meeting with them. Revealing their strategy, they said that they would start their campaign from Sri Ganganagar and distribute the pamphlet to the voters of the Rajasthan. About 50 lakh free smartphone to youths, employment at the door step, unemployment allowance of Rs 2,500 per month, abolition of basic pay rule are some of the promises which were to be fulfilled within 100 days as promised in manifesto.
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