Bhopal : Since the beginning of the election season in Madhya Pradesh, the hustle and bustle in the political circles has intensified. Everyone wants to win the election this year. Regarding which BJP is trying its best. So the Congress has also given its full strength regarding the elections. The elections are coming closer. Well, everyone is not leaving even a single opportunity to appeal to the public. In this series, today Congress state in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala, in a press conference, fiercely targeted BJP and talked about releasing relief funds for the flood affected people.
Called BJP hungry for power
Recently, while giving a statement to the media persons, Nadeep Singh Surjewala said that the hunger for power is taking over the BJP government..First Mahakal and now Omkareshwar has submerged the city of Lord Shiva in the flood..Surjewala said that Omkareshwar Dam will be destroyed on 17th September. It was filled by 84 per cent till 1 o’clock in the night. 12000 cusecs of water was released without warning anyone. Due to this release of water, houses, ashrams and even the abode of Lord Shiva in Shiva’s city were filled with water. ..He also said that even before this, Karam Dam had also fallen victim to corruption…BJP government should apologize to the public and Surjewala has also demanded to give compensation amount to the victims within a week..
Narottam Mishra does not handle law and order
Meanwhile, regarding the political uproar over Congress’s theme song, Surjewala said that the people of Madhya Pradesh are not going to get confused by such confusing statements… Home Minister Narottam Mishra is not able to maintain law and order, that is why such kind of things are being done. Giving statement due to printing problem…Our theme song has been inspired by the song Badhe Chalo from the movie Lagaan. Narottam Mishra listens to Pakistan’s songs more..He also said that JJP has copied PTI’s song exactly. Yes..JGP is in power with you. If there is controversy only on theme song then BJP should also take Dushyant Chautala’s resignation.