BJP has announced to launch digital chariots on October 13 for all assembly constituencies. The chariots will be launched by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state party president VD Sharma to reach the 28 assembly constituencies with the achievements of the central and state government.
Team Absolute|Bhopal In a scathing attack on Congress and its regional leaders in MP, BJP Rajya Sabha member Jyotiraditya Scindia said the party got the maximum seats in the 2018 assembly elections from Gwalior-Chambal region, but it neglected the elected representatives and the region. Addressing a poll rally in Shadora mandal of Ashoknagar assembly constituency on Monday, Scindia said, “Kamal Nath and Digvijaya Singh gave nothing to the people. Instead, the Congress stalled development of the region and neglected the local public representatives. This has now turned out into a battle for the honour of the entire Gwalior region.””They made Vallabh Bhawan (state secretariat) a den of corruption and the failure of their promises resulted into the fall of the government.” Scindia attacked Congress for its failure on promises made to the public and said that BJP will carry on with the development works stalled by the previous Congress government. He said his aim in life is to serve people and be in the hearts of the public and the party workers. He said Congress government in MP fell due to its failure to keep promises made to the public. Now the contest has turned into a battle for honour. “My life’s goal is not the red beacon, but if I can make even a small place in the heart of the people and workers of my region, I will consider my life successful. Worker needs only honour, identity and selfrespect. I have always been trying to get these things to every worker,” said Scindia. Scindia also reached the residence of cabinet minister Mahendra Singh Sisodia to condole the demise of his mother. Meanwhile, the BJP has announced to launch digital chariots on October 13 for all assembly constituencies. The chariots will be launched by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and state party president VD Sharma to reach the 28 assembly constituencies with the achievements of the central and state government.