Congress leader Govind Singh asked Shivraj Chouhan not to choose Minister of Revenue for Jyotiradtiya Scindia camp


Jyotiradtiya Scindia moved from Congress to the BJP in March.

Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh:

Congress chief Govind Singh asked Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan not to allocate the income portfolio to anyone in “Scindia camp” and alleged that through the Minister of Revenue, the BJP deputy, Jyotiradtiya Scindia, could get government land attributed to his trust.

“The tax collector and government lawyers at the Gwalior High Court mentioned the Crown lands on behalf of Scindia. He obtained the Crown lands named after his trust with the help of the Minister of Revenue. therefore asked the chief minister not to choose recipes. Minister of the Scindia camp, “said Singh.

The chief minister is expected to save government property for the benefit of seven and a half million people, said Singh.

At the same time, Mr. Singh also alleged that “after independence, government lands were invaded by the family of Jyotiradtiya Scindia”.

After the Congressman’s allegations, Madhya Pradesh Cabinet Minister Vishwas Sarang responded, saying that Congress leaders had lost their mental balance.

“If the same suggestion had been made to former chief minister Kamal Nath, things would have been better. Scindia fought for justice, he left Congress because the farmers’ loan was not canceled and when Congress created chaos in the state. did not leave for his own benefit, “said Mr. Sarang.

In the government then headed by Kamal Nath, Mr. Scindia’s close collaborator, Govind Singh, was the Minister of Revenue.


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