Uttarakhand Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami promised 24,000 new government posts, free tablets for students, and Rs 200 crore relief for the tourism sector in a flurry of announcements aimed at countering the Congress and AAP.
Rajnath Singh, who was visiting the state, praised him, stating, "When Pushkar Singh Dhami announced that he had made 400 decisions in less than four months on the job, I was stunned. It's not everyday that you make 400 judgments in four months." According to the BJP, Dhami has already visited practically all of the state's districts and effectively dealt with two rounds of natural disasters.
Other achievements, according to the Chief Minister, include the Vatsalaya Yojana, the formation of a committee to review the Char Dham Devasthanam Board Act, the formation of a panel to review laws relating to the purchase of land by people from other states, and the extension of a one-year age limit to government job aspirants in the wake of Covid-19. He stated that his government is working to improve air, train, and road connectivity in order to boost tourism, and that several projects, such as the Vatsalaya Yojana and Mahalaxmi Yojana for the welfare of women and newborn children, have been launched.
To smear the Congress, Pushkar Singh Dhami presented former Chief Minister Narayan Dutt Tiwari with a posthumous honour and renamed the Pantnagar industrial estate in Udham Singh Nagar district after him.