Chandigarh, Oct 27: After being sworn-in as Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal Khattar, on Monday said that all plans and agendas of previous government led by Congress party will be reviewed.
Addressing medipersons in Chandigarh, Khattar said that policies beneficial for people will only be continued.
The chief minister said: “Whatever policies the previous government had made and also which are underway will be reviewed. Plans which are beneficial to the people of the state will be continued and those with discrepancies will be renewed and put forth.”
He, however, made it clear that a review did not mean total scrapping of previous plans.
He further said that any improper dealings will be dealt with as per law, when asked about land dealings of Robert Vadra, son-in-law of chief of opposition Congress party Sonia Gandhi.
“We will not indulge in vendetta politics. Whatever complaints and grievances have been received, will be heard and according to the law action will be taken,” added Khattar.
Governor Kaptan Singh Solanki on Sunday had administered the oath of office to Manohar Lal Khattar, and his council of ministers.
The 60-year-old Khattar contested from Karnal Assembly seat from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the poll campaign in Haryana. Khattar won Karnal seat by 63,736 votes.
60-year-old Khattar is known as as low-profile, ‘behind-the-scenes’ organisational man of the RSS and BJP. Those who known him describe him as a no-nonsense man and a tough task master.
(With Agency Inputs)