Shri Virbhadra Singh said that State Government had adopted election manifesto of the Congress Party as policy document of the government and most of the promises had already been implemented during a short period of nine months only which speaks volume of the government's commitment towards general public.
He said that government was committed to provide transparent, efficient and responsive governance and pace of development had been geared up to ensure equal and balanced development of all areas of the State.
He said that Congress Party had thrown out the BJP government from the State during last Vidhan Sabha elections and also won the Mandi Parliamentary by-election with huge margin. Now Congress Party was set to win all four parliamentary seats with thumping majority. He urged the Congress workers to work whole heartedly to ensure the party victory on all seats in coming parliamentary elections.
Chief Minister said that State BJP had no issue against the government and was relying heavily on Shri Narender Modi to win parliamentary elections. He said he personally respected Shri Modi but as far as elections were concerned, he would have no impact in Himachal Pradesh.
He said that Modi had remained in-charge of State BJP and he also came here for election campaign twice but failed to make any impact. He added that it was internal matter of BJP to project anybody as Prime Ministerial candidate but projection had nothing to do with winning the elections and forming the government.