Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia on Tuesday vowed to dislodge “anti-farmer” Shivraj Singh Chouhan government from Madhya Pradesh.
Scindia announced he will not wear a garland until the Shivraj Singh-led BJP government in Madhya Pradesh is ousted.
“The BJP government in the state is anti-farmer and it fired bullets at them (during an agitation in June this year). Therefore, I have taken a vow that I will not wear a garland till I ensure an ouster of this government from the state,” Scindia said.
Scindia was on a three-day-visit to Madhya Pradesh for campaigning in Mungaoli constituency where by-election will be held following the death of Congress MLA Mahendra Singh Kalukheda.
Attacking Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Scindia said MP CM claims the people of Madhya Pradesh are his god and he worship them, but now a days he has lodged his god in jail.
The Congress MP from Guna accused Shivraj government of doing atrocities on people of and said the “Janta” will teach him lessons in next upcoming assembly elections.