Indore: Shukla intensifies attack on BJP

“Chief Minister is going to hold a roadshow in the city to ask people’s favour in the elections. People should ask him questions about the problems they are facing and also about the promises which he had made but not fulfilled,” Shukla said.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Sunday, July 03, 2022, 11:40 PM IST
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Congress candidate Sanjay Shukla campaigning |

Indore (Madhya Pradesh)

Congress mayoral candidate Sanjay Shukla intensified his attacks on BJP and appealed to the people to ask questions from Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan about their problems during his roadshow to be held on Monday.

Moreover, Shukla has also asked people to show placards of their questions to the CM as the cops and security agencies would not allow them to meet and ask him directly.

“Chief Minister is going to hold a roadshow in the city to ask people’s favour in the elections. People should ask him questions about the problems they are facing and also about the promises which he had made but not fulfilled,” Shukla said.

He said that the Chief Minister calls Indore his ‘City of Dreams’ but there is a big difference in what he says and what he does.

“The Chief Minister has made about 3000 announcements for the city but not a single one has been fulfilled. He will make false promises again during the roadshow and people must counter his promises,” Shukla said.

Shukla also targeted the visit of various leaders in the BJP campaign and said that the party has sent its union minister and other big names to defeat a ‘kid’.

“BJP leaders had called me a ‘kid’ but they have to send their big faces like the chief minister and union ministers to defeat this kid. People will teach them a lesson as they haven’t fulfilled any promises which they made in previous elections but also mentioned the projects of the central government like Metro, international airport and others in their manifesto,” Shukla added.

Meanwhile, Shukla’s wife Anjali also helds various meetings in different constituencies seeking support for his husband in the elections.

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