Bhopal: To set the record straight, Chief minister Kamal Nath on Tuesday shot off a letter to the Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava, a day after the BJP leader had urged the Governor to convene a special session of state Assembly.

Bhargava on Monday had written a letter to Governor Anandiben Patel raising many issues against the present Congress government. In a satirical manner the CM wrote, “You must be busy in public welfare and their services, so you would not have able to know the works done by the government from December 17, 2018 to March 10, 2019 and that made you write such a letter”.

The CM in his letter to BJP leader claimed that in last 73 days 85 promises which are mentioned in the Vachan Patra of the Congress manifesto were fulfilled. He claimed that the loan of 21 lakh farmers had been waived off, although the earlier government had left the empty coffer. The farmers are paid their amount within the seven days in their accounts of their produces.

He further claimed that none of the schemes are closed, the scheme like Sambal, the government had provided Rs 463.04 crore in 46509 cases in just four months, whereas from April 2018, to December 30,2018 the earlier government had given only Rs 349.69 crore in 31991 cases. The CM stated that the details can be seen on the website in which the details of the beneficiaries of his constituency Grahakota and Rehli are also present. He added that the electricity bill has been made half from Rs 200 to Rs 100.

“You have raised the issue of drinking water, it known that this year we had received deficit rainfall and the government of 15 years had properly planned, the situation would not have happened”. He finished the letter saying, “I am always ready to discuss the issues related to the public welfare, but you had written the letter to the Governor based on prediction and imagination”.