Bhopal: Shivraj Singh Chouhan challenges govt to stop ‘Sambal’ scheme

Bhopal: Former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, addressing a meeting of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) on Saturday, said the Congress government was gradually doing the work of changing the works and schemes launched by the BJP government. There was buzz of stopping ‘Sambal’ scheme. Former Chief Minister challenged the government to shelve the scheme.

Chouhan, citing the decisions of the Congress government, said it had shut down Anand Mantralaya. The BJP government waived electricity bill but the Congress government gave 100 units for Rs 100. Chouhan said Congress would have to fulfill all its promises including loan waiver and giving unemployment allowance.

Chouhan claimed Congress was going to stop the pension of MISA detainees to remove the taint of Emergency rule. Chouhan said if it was done then it would be opposed at large scale. Chouhan termed the Congress government as a lame government. He claimed that ministers get decisions changed by putting pressure.

When BSP threatens, Congress withdraws cases. Ministers are allocated departments when they issue threats. Chouhan said it was difficult to understand as to who was the real Chief Minister. Chouhan said we would not spare anyone who dares to bother our volunteers.

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