Congress alleges corruption, deteriorating law and order

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 26 Nov 2017 11:07:11


 

Staff Reporter,

Will strengthen organisation for coming elections in State: Deepak Babaria

Congress is smelling victory and wants to see the scenario like Chitrakoot by-poll through the unity and future strategy for forthcoming Assembly elections in the State. Secretary of All India Congress Committee (AICC) and party incharge of Madhya Pradesh, Deepak Babaria, talking to medipersons said that a strategy will be chalked out with co-ordination of activists, youths and women workers in each district. He said that fronts and cells will be constituted keeping in view the representation of all communities. Babaria said all fronts and cells have taken responsibility to up to the booths.


AICC Secretary and Madhya Pradesh incharge Deepak Babaria alleged that rape, women and child trafficking like incidents are on the rise in State, but BJP government is unable to control the situation and failed in maintaining law and order. He said farmers are being duped in the name of Bhavantar Bhugtan Yojana and if the scheme is not withdrawn then problem will get deteriorated.


He said that CBI has become a toy for government. A huge burden of Rs 1,72,000 crore loan is on the heads of public in the state. Babaria said that party activists and leaders will focus on strengthening the organisation only. AICC Secretary alleged that the state has reached on top in criminal cases because of poor law and order situation. Now, it is in the list of last 10 states in development. Babaria said that there will be tsunami-like situation in the State during forthcoming election and in such condition BJP candidates will not be able to take their security deposit back. He said there is news about disturbances, manipulation in electronic voting machine (EVM). Babaria said there is need of foolproof system for free and fair elections.

Babaria is hopeful and said that Congress will not lose seats in Gujarat. On the question of old pattern of ticket distribution, he said that it will be based on merit and good image of the candidates. State President of Congress Arun Yadav, women’s wing’s senior Congress leader Shobha Oza, Zubair Khan, media incharge K K Mishra and other senior leaders were present on the occasion.