"The state government has not only end the politics of corruption and loot of the previous regimes which aimed at just filling their own coffers but also kept a check on the transfer industry wherein transfers were effected through money power," he said.
Welcoming Shah, the chief minister said about three-and-a-half-years ago, the country witnessed a major change when the BJP formed the government at the Centre under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership.
"Five months later, the youth and people of Haryana voted BJP to powerin the state, he added.
Slamming opposition parties, Khattar said the people were fed up with the politics based on corruption, regionalism and nepotism.
The chief minister said he had visited all the 90 Assembly constituencies and announced development projects based on the area requirement.
Today there is no assembly constituency where development works are not being undertaken, he added.
Khattar said though his government was successful in "filling most of the pits" dug by the previous government, yet there were a few more challenges.
The present government is working for the welfare and upliftment of all sections including farmers, women and youth, he said.
Earlier, Khattar, many of his ministerial colleagues, party legislators and workers reached the venue riding motorcycles.
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