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BJP Chief Accuses Chhattisgarh Government of Corruption and Incompetence

During the 'Booth Vijya Sankalp Abhiyan' program in Amlidih, Raipur, BJP President JP Nadda criticized the Bhupesh Baghel-led government in Chhattisgarh, accusing it of corruption and incompetence.

By: Rekha Joshi  Pardaphash Group
BJP Chief Accuses Chhattisgarh Government of Corruption and Incompetence

During the ‘Booth Vijya Sankalp Abhiyan’ program in Chhattisgarh, BJP President JP Nadda strongly criticized the Bhupesh Baghel-led government, accusing it of indulging in corruption and asserting that the Congress-led administration is unfit to hold power in the state. The Chhattisgarh assembly, which comprises 90 members, is set to undergo elections in two phases on November 7 and 17.

Nadda addressed the program in the Amlidih area, part of the Raipur Rural constituency, after listening to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio program. He urged BJP workers to visit every household within their designated polling booths and encourage people to cast their votes in the upcoming state elections.

Expressing his concerns, Nadda pointed to what he considered a “corrupt, incompetent, unbelievable, and unimaginable government” under Bhupesh Baghel’s leadership. He highlighted the arrest of a state cadre officer, Saumya Chaurasia, who served as the Deputy Secretary in the Chief Minister’s Office and was detained in connection with an alleged coal levy scam. Nadda questioned whether such a “corrupt” government should remain in power and stressed the need for change.

Nadda further raised issues related to the government’s promises and actions, including questions about whether the youth were deceived, whether women received the promised ₹500 monthly, and the alleged involvement of the government in a liquor scam. He also criticized the government for its handling of recruitment for government jobs.

The BJP President emphasized that a “corrupt” government like this should not continue in power and called on party workers to engage with voters and motivate them to participate in the democratic process. He stressed the importance of strengthening democracy through active participation.

The first phase of polling, scheduled for November 7, will encompass 20 assembly seats in the state, while the second phase, on November 17, will include the Raipur Rural constituency among the 70 seats. After addressing BJP workers, Nadda proceeded to the Dongargarh assembly constituency in Rajnandgaon district to hold a public meeting. He was also scheduled to conduct road rallies in Khairagarh, Chhuikhadan, and Gandai towns, followed by another public meeting in the Pandariya constituency.

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