We will not bow down to the atrocities, if the atrocities are committed, we will fight more. There has been an excess of injustice in the Kamal Nath government, the persecution has come to an end. There has been a lot of disturbance everywhere. He said that the Congress had talked about halting the electricity bills and now thousands of bills are coming. These unjust bills will not be collected and no bills will be filled. Mr. Chauhan said that half of 200 is 100 rupees, we will pay bills up to 100 rupees, not more than this. He said that if more electricity bills are received then we will set the bills on fire. Former Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said this in Meera Nagar located at number 12 on the increase in electricity bills by the Kamal Nath and the closure of Sambal Yojana. During the demonstration, Holi was burnt with increased electric bills. Shri Chouhan said that after this government came to power, it stopped the Sambal scheme, stopped the money received by the sisters for the delivery. This government also ate 5 thousand rupees for the shroud of the poor. Took 51 thousand of daughters’ wedding. This government has also tricked daughters.
We will not bow down to the atrocities, if the atrocities are committed, we will fight more.
The pilgrimage of the elders stopped. Till now, unemployment allowance has not been given to the youth of the state. The Kamal Nath government can advertise lakhs of rupees for giving cheap electricity in newspapers, but the electricity bills of the poor cannot be cheap. This Andher city is doing the proverbial saying of Chopat Raja. He said that ever since the Congress came, the hopes wilted, the progress was halted. I am not the Chief Minister but uncle is a permanent He asked the public that if they would pay this much, then the public refused. Shri Chouhan said that the Energy Minister says that I am spreading confusion, I am lying. He said that I will not let injustice be done to the poor as much as I can. We will agitate, fight injustice, will not pay bills. On this occasion the Mayor Mr. Alok Sharma, former MLA Mr. Surendranath Singh, Municipal Corporation President Mr. Surjit Singh Chauhan, Mr. Rajendra Gupta, Mr. Babulal Yadav, Mrs. Seema Singh, Mr. Pappu Vilas, Mr. Asharam Sharma, Mr. Nikhilesh Mishra, Mr. Rajkumar Vishwakarma, Mr. Manish Shukla, Mrs. Sushma Babisa, Mr. Santosh Hirve, Mr. Nitin Dubey, Mr. Gopal Tomar, Mr. Ashish Thakur, Mr. Ajay Sahu Aron was attended by party workers including residents.