Bhopal, Nov 5 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said his government would table a legislation in the next assembly session to prevent black marketing and hoarding.
Mr Chouhan, while addressing a public meeting at Budera village in Tikamgarh, said a provision would be made for sending those hoarding foodgrains to jail, besides other strict laws.
He said those hoarding foodgrains meant for poor are big criminals and could not be forgiven.
He urged the representatives of the Food and Civil Supplies department to ensure supply of foodgrains meant for public.
On a complaint by one person on the occasion, the Chief Minister directed the sealing of Budera society and seizure of records.