6 Sept 2023

Pelting Of Stones During BJP Jan Ashirwad Yatra In Neemuch, Madhya Pradesh Leads To Verbal Duel Between CM Shivraj And Kamal Nath


Bhopal: Politics continues over pelting of stones on Bharatiya Janata Party's Jan Ashirwad Yatra in Neemuch district of Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Congress state chief Kamal Nath targeted each other over the incident.

CM Shivraj said on Wednesday that the politics of the state is clean; Congress should not adopt such 'tactics'. Congress will not get success by such means. BJP is going to win with a huge majority. He said instructions have been given to investigate the matter.

Interacting with reporters at Indore airport, CM Shivraj said that Congress is stunned by the public support and blessings being received for BJP's Jan Ashirwad Yatra. He said former Chief Minister Kamal Nath was talking about stones earlier also. Such things give rise to doubt.

In the Manasa area of Neemuch district late Tuesday evening, some people created ruckus and pelted stones at the convoy of Jan Ashirwad Yatra, due to which some vehicles were damaged. However, the BJP leaders in the vehicles were unhurt.

People of Neemuch-Mandsaur are angry: Nath

Amidst the allegations and counter-accusations from the ruling party and the opposition regarding the incident, Kamal Nath today said that due to the impractical Cheetah Project, this area has been destroyed. People are seething with anger and when the Congress government comes, the decision will be taken in the interest of the local farmers.

Kamal Nath posted on X that people are venting anger on BJP's Jan Ashirwad Yatra in Neemuch-Mandsaur area. This is another example of people's distrust in the BJP government. The BJP government is imposing an impractical Cheetah Project on the people of this region. The land of farmers and villagers of the area is badly affected; the pastures of the cattle have been taken away.

Nath asked CM Chouhan to take immediate cognizance of the situation and provide relief to the cattle herders and farmers.

Meanwhile, Neemuch police have taken into custody at least a dozen people in this case, including a former sarpanch. On the other hand, the accused are being identified on the basis of the video.

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