Chandigarh, 29 November (Trinew)
Now there is an adjustment of the closeness of the Chief Minister in the government and organization. Former MLA Subhash Barala, who is close to the Chief Minister, has got a dual responsibility in the government. Barala, who was the state president of the BJP, has been appointed as the chairman of the Bureau of Public Enterprises by the government. Also, he has now been appointed as the Chairman of Haryana Kisan Welfare Authority. Barala Pradesh with two chairpersons has become the lone leader of the BJP. In 2019, he lost the election from Tohana Halke. Devendra Singh Babli of JJP defeated him from here. Babli has been made Development and Panchayat Minister in the coalition government. Politically, there is a figure of thirty-three in Barala and Babli. In this way, the CM has given him another responsibility and worked to increase his political stature. Before AP Dhankhad, Barala has been the state president for two consecutive terms.
This development is also being seen in the form that after the removal of Dhankhar, BJP has tried to appease the Jats by empowering another Jat leader. Barala has also been entrusted with the chairmanship of the farmers’ association so that they can connect the farmers with the party. The appointment has many political implications. During the last Assembly, Shahbad, Tohana and Naranund were the seats in Haryana where JJP defeated BJP candidates.
After this, when there was an alliance between BJP and JJP, JJP made Devendra Babli, who defeated BJP candidate Subhash Barala from Tohana, as Development and Panchayat Minister. Similarly, in Manohar Part-One, Ramkaran Kala, who defeated Minister Krishna Bedi, was made the Chairman of Sugarfed. During the Fatehabad tour, Chief Minister Manohar Lal tried to bridge the gap between Devendra Babli and Subhash Barala, but was unsuccessful.
Now Subhash Barala, who represents the BJP in the Tohana region, has been appointed as the chairman of the Kisan Kalyan Pradhanika and has tried to make him stronger not only in the state but also in the state. Dr. Bhim Singh and Dharamveer Nandal have been appointed as members of the authority formed under the chairmanship of Barala. The authority will formulate schemes in the interest of farmers and make its recommendations to the government. Apart from this, farmers will now be able to convey their message to the government through the authority.