Surjewala poses 5 questions to Shah and Gadkari

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
Madhya Pradesh Congress in-charge Randeep Singh Surjewala described Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan as a hit wicket player. On the tweet of former Chief Minister Uma Bharti, he said that whether they fight or injure each other, we are not concerned.

While talking to the media at the Congress office in Bhopal on Tuesday, Surjewala said on the visits of top BJP leadership in Madhya Pradesh that Amit Shah and Nitin Gadkari are coming here to harvest votes, they are not worried about the farmers. Surjewala said that these people do not even leave Mahakal. BJP’s attempt to establish its power by ruining the farmers will fail. Randeep Singh Surjewala said about Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who has not done anything in 18 years, who will believe in 30 days.

These are the 5 questions

1. The crops of millet-soybean in Sheopur, soybean, cotton and chilli in Khandwa-Nimar have been damaged or are being damaged. Do Shah and Gadkari know and understand the pain and suffering of the farmers?

2. Shivraj Singh Chouhan is engrossed in the celebration of Yatras to satisfy his hunger for power. Farming is craving for drops of water. The farmer is moaning. BJP is traveling on opportunism. Shah and Gadkari will tell why this is cheating on farmers?

3. Farmers grow more than 11 crops in MP. Paddy is sown in more than 34 lakh hectare, soyabean in more than 66 lakh hectare, millet-maize in more than 19 lakh hectare, cotton in more than 5 lakh hectare. They neither released water from canals nor provided electricity. Shah and Gadkari, have you come only to harvest votes? Why so? If this is not a hoax then what is it?

4. Those who do not leave even Mahakal and loot, the same Shivraj Singh Chouhan is going there and doing the trick of worship. The farmer took a loan and planted the Kharif crop. Shivraj cheated them like this, neither providing water in the canal nor electricity. Why is the government not giving relief to the farmers?

5. There is a demand of 15000 MW of electricity in MP also. The government also believes that there is a shortage of 3 to 5 thousand MW. If all the power generation plants run in MP, the production capacity is 20000 MW. The weather department gave advance warning. Why was electricity not arranged? Now purchasing electricity on 10 Rs. per unit basis and earning high. Still there is no electricity for the farmers, nor for the houses in the villages and cities. Why was 1800 MW power generation stopped midway?

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