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Ready for change : Scindia

The Congress satraps in presence of huge crowd of party workers on Friday conveyed message of unity and appealed to the people to throw out the BJP government in coming assembly elections.

bhopal Updated: Aug 12, 2013 10:29 IST
HT Correspondent

The Congress satraps in presence of huge crowd of party workers on Friday conveyed message of unity and appealed to the people to throw out the BJP government in coming assembly elections.

Addressing the gathering during “Shanknad” rally, Jyotiraditya Scindia extended his best wishes on Eid.

He said ours is a secular country and if any particular leader or party disturbs it then we have to give strong answer to them.

Stressing on social harmony, he said Diwali has Ali so Ramzan has Ram.

Scindia said it hurts him to see the pathetic condition of the state in BJP regime.

Scindia said the condition of farmers is pathetic and they have been sent to jail for not paying heavy electricity bills.

Scindia said that at the instance of Sonia, Manmohan and Rahul, Madhya Pradesh was included in Rajiv Gandhi Grameen Vidyutikaran Yojana (RGGVY) but the state government changed the name of the scheme as Atal Jyoti Abhiyan and took the credit.

He alleged mafia raj is prevailing in the state adding now MP is ready for the change and appealed all to chalk out map of development.

Earlier Kantilal Bhuria, in his welcome speech, termed the rally as historic one.

Bhuria criticised CM and his government on various fronts and applauded Congress workers against whom cases were lodged under pressure of BJP government.

Digvijay Singh termed BJP as fascist adding under the Congress rule the state government gave allowance to the unemployed youth but it has now been stopped.

The PMT scam had exposed the, Singh said while claiming there are about 1000 munnabhai MBBS in state.

Slamming the state government, he said VAT on aviation fuel has reduced but why not on cooking gas and kerosene.

He asserted he was not in race of CM and advised Mohan Prakash to reach consensus on candidates.

Digvijay recalled Arjun Singh’s effort in ensuring central status to Sagar varsity.

Kamalnath said that he came to know of cases lodged by BJP against Congress workers at Damoh and Sagar.

He warned the police department not to victimise Congress activists.

He said Jan Ashirwad Yatra will not benefit the CM as corruption rules everywhere.

He said in foreign countries businessmen ask him about suicides committed by farmers in our state.

He appealed the youths to come forward and make their future bright.

Ajay Singh said this time he is sure party will win 20 seats of 26 Bundelkhand seats.

He also mocked CM for his Jan Ashirwad Yatra and said what ashirwad when corruption is rampant and mafia rule is prevailing.

Ajay also warned the government against framing innocent Congress workers in false police cases.

Suresh Pachouri, state in-charge Mohan Prakash, Arun Yadav, Arif Aqueel,Yadvendra Singh, Lakhan Ghangoriya, Rameshwar Nikhra, Brijendra Singh Rathore also addressed the rally.

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