Singh, in a tweet Sunday night, alleged that the "police was charging Rs. 200 from every tractor to allow them entry into the no-traffic zone." "Is this what they call good governance in Madhya Pradesh?" he asked.
He said the BJP-led state government had learnt no lesson from the tragedy at the same spot in 2006.
Over 56 pilgrims had been washed away at the same site in 2006 after water was released in the Sindh river from upstream.
After the 2006 tragedy, the state government had constructed a bridge over the river, but the mishap took place on it allegedly due to poor mismanagement of the crowd that gathered in lakhs from the nearby districts and neighbouring Uttar Pradesh.
The Congress leader expressed his grief over the tragedy.