Congress stages 'Get Well Soon' protests outside Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s residence over his ‘Kaunse khet ki mooli’ jibe
Alert cops who had already put barricades outside Chouhan’s residence prevented the agitated Congress workers from going inside the former CM’s residence.
They (the Congress leaders) have always heard my voice, because when it comes to Indore’s cause we all rise above party lines, she said.
The ruling Congress took exception to the statement, alleging that he was hinting at the imminent toppling of the Kamal Nath government in the state.
A list of 40 star campaigners, including Union ministers Narendra Singh Tomar, Thawar Chand Gehlot, Prahlad Patel and Faggan Singh Kulaste and BJP's working president JP Nadda has been finalised.
Offence Wing (EOW) has lodged two FIRs into alleged financial irregularities by different departments in the month-long fair.
PWD Minister Sajjan Singh Verma's remark comes a few days after Chouhan visited flood-hit Neemuch and Mandsaur districts.
Meanwhile, In Bhopal, state minister PC Sharma put the blame of hiking VAT on petrol and diesel in the state as well as raising the tax on liquor squarely on the central government.
MP govt officials under scanner over alleged irregularities in utilisation of Ujjain Simhastha-2016 funds
Primary probe into the six complaints submitted to the EOW a few months back has revealed that 2000 LED lights worth Rs 3.6 crores which were installed in Ujjain in 2016 are missing.
During a visit to Gwalior and Bhind on Friday, Singh had said that the BJP and Bajrang Dal are taking money from the ISI.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan accused the MP government of not fulfilling other promises including payment of unemployment allowance and halving of power bills.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan said while some of the Congress leaders were opposing the move, others praised PM Narendra Modi for it.
Goa was liberated in 1961 by the Indian armed forces after 451 years of Portuguese rule.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that BJP expects Sonia Gandhi to articulate the Congress' views on the recent developments related to J&K.
The scheme seeks to cover 50 crore beneficiaries in the country, including over 60 lakh beneficiaries in Odisha.
He also said that their decision has undone a historic mistake made by the country's first prime minister Nehru.