Deuba government played with the lives of the poor: Former Minister Sah

Former Minister Prabhu Sah has said that the dissolution of the Land Problem Resolution Commission was the culmination of the deuba government’s anti-poor move.

Expressing his objection through Facebook today, former minister Sah said that the government has acted anti-people by dissolving the commission in an irresponsible manner when the work of giving land owner certificates to landless squatters has reached its final stage.

Former Minister Sah is of the view that the actions of the Deuba government, including some so-called communists, have raised serious questions over the current system of governance and the rule of law. He accused the government of the unholy alliance formed for the sake of the power of being indifferent towards the people’s housing and safe citizen housing program related to the construction of housing for the poor, destitute and Dalits.

“The current Deuba-led government, including some so-called communists, seems to have irresponsibly dissolved the Land Resolution Commission and reached the culmination of anti-poor and anti-Dalit activities,” said Sah. The government of this unholy alliance has been indifferent towards the people’s housing and safe housing program related to the construction of housing for the poor and Dalits. It is definitely a sad, unfortunate and unfortunate subject. ‘

“Unconstitutionally, this government, formed by the Supreme Court, is illegally appointing and dismissing the responsible officials working in the constitutional organs and various state bodies against the established values ​​and norms. Added

The government on Tuesday dismissed the commission which was preparing to distribute red cards by identifying squatters and squatters.