Chief Parliamentary Secretary (CPS) and Jubbal Kotkhai legislature Rohit Thakur accused BJP for politicising the issue of a delay in the completion of the Theog-Hatkoti-Rohru road.
In a press conference, Rohit Thakur said that the BJP had no moral right to criticize the Congress for the slow pace of the work as during their entire five-year tenure only 18 per cent of the work was completed.
Thakur stated that government has given utmost priority to the Theog-Hatkoti-Rohru road and initially work was delayed due to the election code of conduct and now Company has accelerated the work.
Targeting former cabinet minister and BJP leader Narinder Bragta, Thakur blamed him for stooping low to gain political mileage. He accused Bragta for hatching conspiracy to defame him and threaten to reveal names of his relatives and close associates, who were benefited during his tenure as cabinet minister.
He also dismissed the BJP allegations for pulling down the wall of the Gumma engineering college and sought action against the guilty.