Jabalpur, May 6 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh Congress Election Committee President Ajay Singh today claimed that the party would form government after the next state assembly elections with collective efforts of party workers.
Talking to reporters after meeting of election campaign committee's Jabalpur division here, Mr Singh said the BJP came to power on the plank of fighting fear, hunger and corruption (Bhay, bhook aur bhrashtachar) and power, road and water (bijli, sadak aur pani). However, it had neglected poor during its four year rule.
He alleged that the state government was misusing central funds.
Corruption was rampant and BJP leaders were involved in creating scams. People are fed up due to shortage of water and power and poor condition of roads.
Mr Singh said the Congress was launching a public campaign to uproot the BJP.
He claimed that several irregularities had been detected in electoral rolls. Several complaints regarding names missing in electoral rolls had been raised during the divisional meetings of the party.
Mr Singh said directions had been issued to get these names added into electoral rolls by furnishing proof.
The political and economic resolution presented during the meeting hailed the decision of the Centre under guidance of Congress President Sonia Gandhi to waive Rs 60,000 crore loan of small peasants.
Besides, the Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme was started in remaining districts in the country on the initiative of Congress general secretary Rahul Gandhi.
He said the Centre had enacted an important legislation to provide land rights to forest dwellers apart from passing the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act.
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