Ever since the Congress government came in the state, law and order has completely collapsed. In Mandsaur, Vishwa Hindu Parishad activist Yuvraj Singh is brutally murdered in broad daylight. In the same Mandsaur, a few months ago, Prahlad Bandhwar, BJP’s municipal president, was killed. In the coming times, Madhya Pradesh, which is called the island of peace, will turn into a stronghold of criminal incidents. Therefore, the Governor should direct the State Government to follow its religion. Bharatiya Janata Party state president and MP Rakesh Singh said this to the Governor on Thursday after giving a memorandum against the deteriorating law and order.
A delegation of the Bharatiya Janata Party under the leadership of Rakesh Singh on Thursday submitted a memorandum to Governor Lalji Tandon regarding the law and order situation in the state and demanded that the state government be directed in this regard. The delegation included Mayor Alok Sharma, State Vice President Rameshwar Sharma, Vijesh Lunawat, Former Minister Umashankar Gupta, Vishwas Sarang, State Minister Mrs. Krishna Gaur, State Media In-Charge Lokendra Parashar, State Spokesperson Rajpal Singh Sisodia, District President Vikas Virani, Municipal Corporation President Surjit Singh Chauhan, Convener of IT department Shivraj Singh Dabi, Satyarth Agarwal was present.
The consequences of the transferred industry are coming to the fore
The state president said that on the one hand the government is not able to control the law and order in Madhya Pradesh, while the Congress government has run the transferred industry in the state, its consequences are also coming to the fore. He said that law and order in the state has completely collapsed. Incidents of murder, robbery and kidnapping have become common. Since the formation of the Congress government, there have been more than 1278 murders in the state till August. Criminals are committing crimes without fear.
BJP gives memorandum to Governor against deteriorating law and order
Deadline for changed limits for political gains
Rakesh Singh said that the government’s change in the electoral system of the mayor and the chairman of the civic body is proof that the Kamal Nath government is not confident of what he has done, he is afraid that the public will reject him. Rakesh Singh termed delimitation deadline as unfortunate, saying that not only Bhopal but the entire state government in Madhya Pradesh wants to kill democracy. The government’s intention behind the delimitation is to take political advantage rather than population and geographical conditions. The BJP delegation will again meet the Governor to protest against this undemocratic and impractical move of the government.
Rakesh Singh said that the Bharatiya Janata Party will protest against the proposal to create two municipal corporations in Bhopal, including Bhopal, at various places throughout Madhya Pradesh. He informed that Bharatiya Janata Party will conduct a signature campaign from October 18 to 20 after discussing this decision of the government with people from various social sectors of Bhopal. Protests will be expressed by handing over the collected signatures at local urban bodies and district centers to the concerned officer and governor.