Shivraj is a ‘ power monger’: Scindia

Indore: Launching a broadside against Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, State Congress Campaign Committee in- charge and Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has alleged that Chauhan is a ‘ powermonger,’ who can do anything to come to power.

Shivraj is a ‘ power monger’: Scindia

While addressing an election meeting at Mangliya in Sanwer, Scindia alleged that state Vijay Shah had once passed an ‘ indecent’ comment against the CM’s wife and Shah was removed from the state Cabinet after the incident, but just to garner tribal votes, Shah was brought back into the ministry later on. Similarly, compromising with his morality, Chauhan shared stage during a public meeting with former minister and convict of sexual harassment, Raghavji, who is at present out on bail.

The Union minister said that nobody is safe in the State. Alluding to Raghavji’s incident, he said that not only police, women, and teachers are unsafe but also the youth is not safe now.

He claimed that Shivraj has compromised with morality by shaking hands with those ministers, including Vijay Shah and ex- minister and convict Raghavji, who have behaved indecently and immorally respectively.

Scindia quipped that when Shivraj is not able to save integrity of his own family, then how could he be able to save the integrity of women of the state.

Calling ‘ Atal Jyoti ojana’ as a farce, he termed it as ‘ Atal Katoti ojana’. Scindia claimed that there’s no village which gets over 18 hours of power supply. He claimed that during the BJP’s reign, there is hardly any teachers in schools and hardly any medicines in the hospitals.

He called BJP Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan as “ Ghoshanaveer” ( announcement warrior) and said that a warrior makes impossible things possible but Shivraj just makes false promises that are hardly ever fulfilled.

He claimed that if Cong is voted to power, it will encourage students by providing free laptop and internet connection to every student, who scores 75 percent marks. He gave the slogan of “ Samaan kaam, samaan vetan” for this Assembly elections. He reiterated his previous promise of waiving off loans to the tune of Rs 51,000 on farmers.

Recalling his promises of previous elections which were successfully fulfilled, he said that running of Indore- Chandrawati train was restored while approval was also received for Rajiv Gandhi Bijli ojana.

Gigantic rally of Shivraj in Sanver Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan’s rally met with unprecedented response in Sanwer on Saturday when whole of the constituency came out to welcome his cavalcade, on Saturday. Men, women and children of all communities and societies accorded him warm welcome.

Shivraj’s rally commenced from the BJP headquarters in Sanver where he stood in an open jeep and moved into the city with his enormous procession.

He was accompanied by party candidate Rajesh Sonkar. Women and children came to the balconies when the procession reached the residential area, while the men were all seen thronging the route of procession.

When the cavalcade reached near Chaturbhuj Nath Mandir, members of Muslim community accorded him warm welcome and offered him flowers. However, when his procession reached Indira Gandhi Marg, a group of youth surrounded his jeep and submitted a memorandum.

When he reached Dharampuri, party members and public came out in large numbers to show their support to him. Party candidate Rajesh Sonkar was also along with him in Dharampuri. The rally concluded at Dhoni Mohalla, where the CM alighted from his jeep and took seat in his personal car and left Sanver.

Jyotiraditya calls ‘ Atal Jyoti ojana’ a farce Gives slogan of ‘ Samaan Kaam, Samaan Vetan’ Jyotiradiya Sindia addressing a meet at Chavni. ( Right) Road show of CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan.

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