Team Absolute|Bhopal Congress workers staged massive protest in Bhopal against the state government over the condition of health services in the state amid pandemic. Protestors gathered in large number and headed towards Chief Minister’s residence but were stopped mid-way. Hundreds of Congress workers were courted arrested on the occasion. The opposition Congress in Madhya Pradesh held a massive demonstration in the state capital Bhopal on Monday. Hundreds of Congress workers led by party MLA from Bhopal Madhya assembly constituency Arif Masood were stopped while they moving to round-off the Chief Minister house in protest against the negligence in treatment of Corona virus affected patient’s treatment. Masood said, “We did not come here to create chaos or do politics, we need answers to some questions and CM should answer them. I request the CM to keep aside the elections and improve the conditions of hospitals.”Masood while addressing the gathering on the occasion said that the need to round-off chief minister’s bungalow was felt because the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government led by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan ran away from discussion in the assembly. “There is gross negligence across the hospitals of state in the treatment of Corona, doctors are not paying attention towards other diseases of the patients including heart, kidney and lung diseases that require special care and this being the biggest factor in the increase in the number of deaths in Madhya Pradesh,” Masood alleged. He said besides negligence in the treatment massive corruption is going on in the cover of purchases for pandemic. The medical instruments purchased at prices much higher than the market rates were not seen anywhere, nobody knows where have they gone, he added.The young Congress MLA further said that the Congress wanted to do discuss this issue in the assembly but the state government is staying away from discussion over this very sensitive issue. He said that the state government is not serious towards the Corona pandemi and is instead busy in preparations for the by-polls goinbg to be held next month in the state.