'Deserted Rs 8000 cr obligation for Shivraj govt': Scindia assaults ex-CM Kamal Nath over homestead advance waiver in MP
BJP pioneer and Rajya Sabha MP Jyotiraditya Scindia on Friday dispatched a scorching assault at past Congress government in Madhya Pradesh blaming previous Chief Minister Kamal Nath for selling out the individuals of the state.
Scindia affirmed that the past government has deserted a credit of Rs 8000 crore for the current Shivraj Singh Chouhan government in Madhya Pradesh. "On the off chance that anybody has deceived individuals, it is Kamal Nath and Digvijaya Singh who didn't postpone off the advances of ranchers even in 15 months. They abandoned an advance of Rs 8000 crore for Shivraj Singh govt," Scindia said.
According to the PTI, Congress pioneer who joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had on Thursday said during an occasion to stamp the Bhumi Pujan of improvement works worth Rs 70.84 crore and the introduction of works worth Rs 21.08 crore in Damani of Morena region.
"After the Congress government came in power, Kamal Nath didn't come to show his face in Dimani, though the Chief Minister of the individuals Shivraj Singh Chouhan came here to check the Bhumi Pujan of advancement works worth Rs 70.84 crore and the introduction of works worth Rs 21.08 crore in Damani of Morena locale," he included.
'Kamal Nath cheated public'
According to the PTI, the BJP pioneer had on Thursday claimed that previous Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath had duped people in general and it was vital for such a degenerate government to go.
"Whoever deceives my kin or murders their privileges, at that point it turns into my first obligation to remove such a legislature from power. Previous Chief Minister Kamal Nath Cheated the general population, it was important to expel such a degenerate government," Scindia, the previous Congress pioneer who joined BJP said during an occasion here.
Scindia had snapped two-long term attaches with Congress to join BJP alongside his followers in March which prompted the fall of the Kamal Nath government in Madhya Pradesh.
Scindia said that Chief Minister Chouhan had an official gathering 15 days back in Gwalior.
"Chouhan provided exceptionally exacting requests to progress in the direction of halting unlawful sand mining in the state. Lawful endeavors will be supported however illicit ones must be totally halted," he said.