Member of Parliament and senior Congress leader Satyavrat Chaturvedi while addressing the rally at Nasrullahganj said that if Congress wins this time, it would present a young chief minister to Madhya Pradesh.
“Those who are present here should understand this very clearly. If Congress wins, we will give the state a young CM.
The history of Madhya Pradesh shows very clearly that no party could rule in the state for more than ten years,” said Chaturvedi.
Later, Digvijaya Singh said while addressing the rally that Satyavrat Chaturvedi was right. “When leaves ripe they fall automatically.
It is time for change,” said Chaturvedi. kerosene oil, sugar and even electricity. Despite much hyped Atal jyoti Abhiyan CM’s home town suffers power cut.
Petty leaders who earlier used to move on bicycle are now moving in Scorpio (four wheeler).
There are schools but no teachers, there hospitals but no doctors and if doctors are present, there is no medicine, said Chaturvedi.
Former union minister and state PCC chief Suresh Pachouri reminded people of how he had to go to Jait- CM’s constituency, to help old lady of scheduled tribe to get entry into a temple, which she was not allowed to.
Referring to rampant corruption in state he named people who were delivered all contracts for ration shops and Balram talab in Nasrullahganj.
“When crores of rupees are yielded in raids from junior employees of the state, imagine the amount of wealth one can find at ministers place,” said Pachouri.
State Congress president Kantilal Bhuria said Congress government used to give free electricity to poor; Shivraj government does not provide electricity but is regularly providing electricity bills to poor farmers.
“If Congress comes to power we would free electricity to poor and land pattas to tribal people of the state,” said Bhuria. He alleged that huge amount of money is being sent to Nagpur from state through illegal mining.