Bhopal: Murder of two kidnapped kids points to anarchy in state says Rakesh Singh

BHOPAL: Attacking the government over the deteriorating law and order in the state, BJP state president and MP, Rakesh Singh said that the murder of two innocent children kidnapped in Chitrakoot shows that there is anarchy in the state.  The MP was addressing a gathering in Dewas also accused the state government of cheating farmers in the name of farm loan waiver. Neither survey of crops damage from hailstorm and fog was conducted, not the aggrieved farmers have been compensated, said Singh in Dewas on Sunday addressing a movement launched over declining law and order situation in the state.

There was loan of Rs 56,000 crore but only Rs 134 crore were being waived, said Singh. Collector office was also Gheraoed on the occasion.  The government, which claims of waiving farm loan, is confusing the farmers.Singh claimed that the BJP government had put money for procurement of Soybean, corn and wheat but the farmers were not getting benefits.
He claimed that the Chief Minister Kamal Nath levels blames to hide the failure of his government. Singh said the BJP stands with the farmers.

State president Singh, state vice president and MLA Rameshwar Sharma, state general secretary and MLA Manohar Untwaal, state secretary Pankaj Joshi, state spokesman Rajpal Singh Sisodia, district BJP president Nandkishore Patidar, MLA Gayatriraje Puar, Ashish Sharma, Paharsingh Kannoje, Raghunath Malviya, Inder Singh Parmar and others courted arrest.

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