Cong takes out ‘Paap Ka Ghada’ procession

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 10 Jul 2017 10:57:31


 

Staff Reporter,

FOLLOWING directives of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) President Arun Yadav and National Secretary Mohan Prakash and Incharge Madhya Pradesh, ‘Paap Ka Ghada’ has been started across Madhya Pradesh from July 1.

Accordingly, Congressmen from development block, district-level have taken up the responsibility to move the ‘Paap Ka Ghada’ of Madhya Pradesh Government and to smash the same in presence of public. According to information owing to directives obtained from State Congress Committee to take out the ‘Paap Ka Ghada’ procession of the State Government. On Sunday, a large number of Congress workers headed by MPCC Secretary Sachin Yadav along with Gajendra Sonkar of East Assembly took out procession organised under Shastri Ward of East Assembly segment. Congressmen who gathered at Birsamunda Chowk, Adhartal, started protest rally and after passing through Raddi Chowki, Gohalpur, Beni Singh Ki Talliya, Chandni Chowk, Muslim dominated Mandi Madar Tekri finally reached in front of Tekri Dada Miya.


Congress workers raised slogans against the State Government and against Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Later, during demonstration the earthen pot was hit with bamboo sticks in presence of large number of people. After the pot was broken into pieces the protest culminated.

The occasion recorded presence of senior Congress leader Naresh Saraf, Jhallelal Jain, Mohammed Sabir Usmani, Pinky Mudgal Sharma Secretary MP Congress, Rakesh Yadav, President Shankar Shah block, Madan Tiwari, Narendra Singh Pandey, Anshul Singh, Usha Yadav, Amit Chadda, Akash Soni, Sandeep Sonkar, Komal Raikwar, Vijay Chaudhary, Guddu Choubey, Satish Tiwari, Raghunath Chaudhary and other Congressmen were present. Senior leaders who spoke at length asserted that with the Paap Ka Ghada of State Government broken, general public will work to ensure ouster of the State Government. Earlier, during the rally the Congress workers distributed hand bills, pamphlets to people depicting several scams of the State Government.