Bhopal, Sep 8 (UNI) Bharatiya Jan Shakti (BJS) president and former chief minister Uma Bharti today asked Madhya Pradesh government to immediatedly issue a 'white paper' on the state's financial position.
Ms Bharti told reporters here that Bharatiya Janata Party government in the state had made about 5,000 announcements in three years.
''Most of them are suspending following meagre funds,'' she claimed, adding that the announcements were not be shaped due to lack of funds.
She alleged that as there was severe financial crisis in the state hence the government should issue a white paper.
''If the government will not issue the white paper before Assembly polls then my party will issue the economic condition-related statistics which will be termed as 'Aroppatra','' she said.
Ms Bharti alleged that the state would be on the verge of insolvation if such condition prevailed.
She said a state-level 'Sankalp rally' would be organised by the BJS at Lal Parade ground on September 22 in which a pledge would be taken to free the state's people from the BJP and Congress.
''I will march on foot with thousands of people and this march will be organised at various places in the state,'' she said.
Ms Bharti said the BJS would wrest power from the BJP and Congress in the Assembly polls.
On being asked whether her party would tie-up with small political parties, she did not rule out such possibilities.
Slamming the state government policies, she said many responsible people, against whom various corruption-related charges were levelled, were still occupying the posts.
Referring to BJP MLA Rasal Singh, present on the occasion, Ms Bharti said Mr Singh was a new BJS leader.
Though Mr Singh did not comment in this regard.
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