Congress has become my blood thirsty, it has never happened in MP’s politics: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan

Bhopal: On being prompted to throw stones at the direct area of ​​Chief Minister and BJP leader Shivraj Singh Chauhan, who took away the mass blessing before the upcoming assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, the Chief Minister clearly accused the Congress and said, “Congress has killed my blood It has become thirsty … it has never happened in the politics of Madhya Pradesh … the struggle of ideas goes on, different parties used to do their own programs, Lek Never was it … ”

The Chief Minister also said, “I want to ask (President of Congress) Sonia Gandhi (Congress President) Rahul Gandhi and President of the Congress unit of the Congress, Kamal Nath, in what direction do they want to take Congress … That’s right, what are his leaders and workers …? ”

Earlier, in this case Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Bhupendra Singh had said, “Police have arrested nine people on Monday morning … they are all well-known Congress leaders … This incident is shameful and unfortunate … This phenomenon also proves that the Congress may fall to any level to come to power … ”

Let me say that Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has faced opposition during the Janashirvad Yatra. On Sunday night, in Churahat of Sidhi district, where stones were made on his chariot, an incident of throwing sandal also came out. Three people were arrested in the case of sandalwood throwing near the Chief Minister at around one o’clock in the night. In which two people are told the anti-reservation organization and one person Karani army. The case has been registered against all against section 353,186,294, 34 of the IPC.

Meanwhile, in the case of stone pelting on the Chief Minister’s convoy, the police has arrested nine people.The Chief Minister was present in the chariot while addressing. Though he was not hurt, the police said that he was completely safe. The BJP has blamed the stone punch on the Congress. The police is investigating the incident.