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Shifting of science college opposed

CONGRESS LEADER Raja Pateria has alleged that that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, taking advantage of his position, is trying to shift the government science college from Sagar to Bada Malehra, ignoring the future of 60 students of the college.

india Updated: Oct 07, 2006 15:55 IST

CONGRESS LEADER Raja Pateria has alleged that that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, taking advantage of his position, is trying to shift the government science college from Sagar to Bada Malehra, ignoring the future of 60 students of the college.

Talking to mediapersons the former minister said that if the CM wanted to establish a college in Bada Malehra he should have instituted the new college and should have done it before the declaration of by-election. “He is trying to influence the election results of Bada Malehra in favour of the BJP by shifting the college”, he charged.

He said that with help of the Congress youth wing NSUI, the party will appoint five party workers at every polling station and will expose the BJP government.

He alleged that the CM was playing with the sentiments of the Bundelkhand people. Earlier, Agriculture Minister Gopal Bhargava had completed the formalities to establish a veterinary college in Gharhakota, but it had been shifted to Rewa.
Similarly, for the establishment of medical college in Sagar, only land has been transferred to the health Department. He suspects that the project could be dropped after some time.