There was a stir due to the statement of the former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand, said- “No work is done in Uttarakhand without commission”

  Tirath Singh Rawat, former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand - India TV Hindi News

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Tirath Singh Rawat, former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand

A statement of the former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand has stirred the country and the state. Yes, a purported video of Tirath Singh Rawat, former Chief Minister of Uttarakhand and Lok Sabha MP from Pauri, who is known for his statements, has surfaced in which he is saying that no work can be done in the state without paying commission. It is not known when this video is from, but in it BJP leaders are seen sitting in a room and expressing concern over ‘commissioning’ in the state. Rawat is heard saying, “I have been the chief minister and maybe I shouldn’t say that, but I have no hesitation in saying that when we parted ways from Uttar Pradesh, there was 20 per cent there to get the work done. Had to pay commission till now.

‘Work is done by taking commission in the state’

He said, “After separation from Uttar Pradesh, the commission should have come down to zero but unfortunately it continues even today and we have started with 20 per cent commission.” Uttarakhand separated from Uttar Pradesh on November 9, 2000. had come into existence. “I have been told that no one can get anything done here without paying commission,” Rawat said. He said, “Commissioning was prevalent in Uttar Pradesh and unfortunately it is now continuing in Uttarakhand as well. ,

Controversial statements have already been given

Rawat, however, said that no one person is responsible for this. He said, “It is a mindset. It will be okay only when we get the feeling that this is our state, our family is our family. In March last year too, Rawat had been in the limelight for his statement about the youth wearing torn jeans in the absence of rituals. Shortly after that, he courted controversy by saying that America had kept India as a slave for 200 years.

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