Rahul Gandhi Accuses Madhya Pradesh Government of Corruption and Misgovernance

Rahul Gandhi Accuses Madhya Pradesh Government of Corruption and Misgovernance
Rahul Gandhi Accuses Madhya Pradesh Government of Corruption and Misgovernance
Rahul Gandhi Accuses Madhya Pradesh Government of Corruption and Misgovernance
Rahul Gandhi Accuses Madhya Pradesh Government of Corruption and Misgovernance

Rahul Gandhi Accuses Madhya Pradesh Government of Corruption and Misgovernance

Rahul Gandhi Accuses Madhya Pradesh Government of Corruption and Misgovernance

Rahul Gandhi Accuses Madhya Pradesh Government of Corruption and Misgovernance

In a fiery address at a rally in Madhya Pradesh, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi launched a scathing attack on the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government, alleging corruption and misgovernance. He emphasized his party’s commitment to providing a fair share of power to the weaker sections of society.

Caste Census a Top Priority

Rahul Gandhi placed significant emphasis on the need for a caste census, declaring it would be one of the government’s foremost priorities if the Congress were to come to power. He underscored the importance of addressing the rights and representation of Adivasis, OBCs, and ST categories.

Strong Accusations Against BJP

In a bold statement, Mr. Gandhi accused the BJP of conducting unethical practices within the state, stating, “In BJP’s laboratory, the dead are treated, and their money is stolen. This doesn’t happen anywhere else in India but in Madhya Pradesh.”

Confidence in Congress’ Victory

Rahul Gandhi’s address comes shortly after the Election Commission announced the poll dates for Madhya Pradesh and four other states. He expressed confidence in the Congress party’s prospects for success in the upcoming elections.

Madhya Pradesh Polling Details

Polling is scheduled to take place in Madhya Pradesh on November 17, with results slated to be declared on December 3. Notably, the BJP currently holds power in the state among the five states set to go to the polls.

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