Azad, Former CM of J&K, enjoying sleeping these days
“I am sleeping more than four hours these days”, Azad told reporters in
Making several other startling revelations on camera Azad, for the first time also claimed that when he was chief minister he worked on behalf of several congress ministers as well and focused his attention on all round development of the state in all spheres of life.
While talking to reporters Azad said, "i worked for more than 20 hours a day and had no time to trumpet my achievements unlike my predecessors".
I prepared projects myself keeping in view aspirations of people belonging to all three regions, went to New Delhi for their approval and brought money, came back and executed the projects, monitored their progress, held review meetings and some times even worked on behalf of those congress ministers who asked for my help.
Azad said while he was busy doing all this as per his committment he got little time to propagte his own achivements. He added in the same vein,there was no body in my camp who could drumbeat my achievements.
"I worked tirelessly and made sincere efforts to remove the disparity between the three regions and also worked on behalf of congress ministers who were less capable and sought my help".
Taking a dig at the PDP ministers Azad said, "i brought several projects to the state for all the ministeries.Large amount was sanctioned but the PDP ministers never worked out projects.They sat on those projects and the money was lapsed.
"They only did propaganda without carrying out works on the ground.On the contrary we toiled hard and did not care much about the publicity".
He counted his acheivements as head of the congress-PDP alliance govt and tried to project his image as saviour of the state.
"When i took over as chief minister i made sincere efforts to fulfil all those committment made in the Common Minimum programme drafted in 2002. He said I was the first chief minister in the last three decades who belonged to
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