Bhopal: BJP wants to create rift within Congress: Bawaria

Bhopal: The BJP wants to create a rift within Congressmen, and this is the reason it is time and again raising the issue of CM face in Madhya Pradesh, alleged AICC general secretary Deepak Bawaria. “I am damn sure that BJP wants to know who will be projected as CM, but in Congress things are decided after proper deliberation and taking others into confidence,” said the state in-charge Bawaria while addressing a press conference here on Friday.

Earlier Bawaria convened a meeting of Congress MLAs and other party office bearers and launched a blue print for the ensuing assembly elections slated later in the year. In the meeting five proposals were passed. Stating that BJP is spreading separatist ideology in the country, Bawaria said that the state MP has also become its victim. The BJP is controlling investigation agencies and promoting corruption, alleged the Congress leader saying, “The name of the former CM Uma Bharati has been removed from the Vyapam scam which is a clear example of political control over the probe agencies”.

Accusing the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan of failing to fulfil his promises, Bawaria claimed that out of around 12,000 declarations the CM had made, nobody knows the fate of his 9000 announcements. Speaking about the poll preparations, Bawaria said that 60 senior leaders will chair 2200 meetings across the state in coming one-and-half month, the meeting will be held in every constituency.

The state president Arun Yadav informed that five proposals were passed in the meeting. The party will take up the issues of torture against the farmers, women safety, biased working towards minorities and others. The party also condemned the minister Archna Chitnis’s statement on the Valmiki community.

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