The former CM had to cut short his Chattisgarh visit and rush to a hospital in Vidisha district where he and his wife broke into tears.
In 2010, the then Shivraj-government had announced to build a Sita temple at the site, where Raavan held her hostage.
Reacting to the BJP leaders’ statements, MP PWD minister Sajjan Singh Verma had compared their criticism with a dog’s mentality.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan announces BJP’s membership drive with the aim to win the 2023 Telangana Assembly elections.
Former MP CM questions FIR lodged against Akhara chief without proper investigation
The alleged custodial death of a policeman’s son in Bhopal is snowballing into a major political issue in the Congress-ruled Madhya Pradesh.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who has been entrusted with the task to head the panel on a membership drive, said that the focus in the campaign would be southern states, West Bengal and the Northeast.
BJP leader Chouhan said the suspension of police personnel in the case is not enough as a criminal case should also be filed against them.
Statistics pertaining to crime for the period January-April 2019 was presented at a law and order review meeting chaired by Home Minister Bala Bachchan in Bhopal.
Won't let Madhya Pradesh become Bengal, says former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan on BJP worker's killing
Tanwar was shot at inside his home in Palia village by Congress worker Arun Sharma, who accused him of voting for the BJP, police said.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that a different kind of atmosphere was created by bringing in Hindutva terrorism in the picture.
Interview | It’ll be a verdict for Modi, against Kamal Nath in Madhya Pradesh: Shivraj Singh Chouhan
The former Madhya Pradesh CM claimed that every vote cast in the state will be a verdict for re-election of Modi and of disapproval of Kamal Nath.
It said that employment, higher price realisation for farm products and better healthcare facilities were top priorities for voters and the government performed 'below average' on all three.
Chouhan, a former chief minister, visited the Election Commission's (EC) office here and submitted a complaint, demanding that the collector be transferred.
The unidentified accused in the FIR also includes officials and staff of five state government departments, besides unknown bureaucrats and politicians