Stop levelling allegations on opposition: MP CM to UPA govt

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Bhopal, July 31: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday said the UPA Government should stop levelling false allegations against the Opposition parties and their ministers.

In an order to seek people's blessings ahead of assembly elections 2013, Chouhan has launched 50-day "Janashirwad Yatra" and is accompanied by Prabhat Jha, the member of Rajya Sabha from MP.

In Bhopal

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday said the UPA Government should stop levelling false allegations against the Opposition parties and their ministers.

 

 

In Bhopal

In an order to seek people's blessings ahead of assembly elections 2013, Chouhan has launched 50-day "Janashirwad Yatra" and is accompanied by Prabhat Jha, the member of Rajya Sabha from MP.

 

 

In Bhopal

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday said the UPA Government should stop levelling false allegations against the Opposition parties and their ministers.

 

 

In Bhopal

Chouhan has launched 50-day "Janashirwad Yatra" and is accompanied by Prabhat Jha, the member of Rajya Sabha from MP.

 

 

In Bhopal

Chouhan, who is the son of a farmer, credited his sustained efforts and a strong will for turning agriculture into a profitable venture and providing loans to farmers at zero per cent interest.

 

 

In Bhopal

Despite heavy rains, thousands of supporters were gathered to hear Chouhan's speech.

 

 

While criticising the Centre of its failure, Chouhan said, " in an order to hide its inabilities, the UPA government indulges in levelling fake allegations at the ministers of the opposition party."

He further said, "The UPA government misuses the central investigating agencies and conspires to defame the opposition."

While claiming that Madhya Pradesh is number one state in terms of agricultural production, Chouhan highlighted the development-related work done by his government for the welfare of farmers and other sections of the state.

Chouhan, who is the son of a farmer, credited his sustained efforts and a strong will for turning agriculture into a profitable venture and providing loans to farmers at zero per cent interest.

He also asserted that during his tenure, many employment opportunities were created for the youth and around 5 lakh people gained employment in his state

He also vowed to provide 24-hour electricity, the best education facilities, women safety.

Despite heavy rains, thousands of supporters were gathered to hear Chouhan's speech.

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