Bharatiya Janata Party nationwide spokesperson got here down closely on the Bhupesh Baghel-led authorities in Chhattisgarh in wake of the killing of their celebration work by the Maoists. “People of Chhattisgarh are upset because a BJP worker was murdered. We will fight for the justice of our party worker. Law and order is the subject of state government, and ensuring the safety of citizens is the responsibility of Bhupesh Baghel. The slain party worker belonged to the tribal community. Tribal culture is being ruined through conversion, and one that stands with them is the BJP. It is the safety cover of the tribal community,” Gaurav Bhatia mentioned.
“On one side, the government at the centre wanted to make Chhattisgarh safe as well as secure while the state government busy is amassing their locker,” he added. Police have suspected the Naxals behind the homicide of a BJP employee within the poll-bound state.
Rajnandgaon Inspector General (IG) Rahul Bhagat mentioned the police drive, Indo Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), District Reserve Guard (DRG), and others instantly reached the spot after receiving the knowledge.
“In the Mohla Manpur Ambagarh Chowki district, under the Aundhi police station, Birjhu Taram was killed by unknown gunmen… Since last night, proceedings have been ongoing on the incident,” IG Bhagat advised ANI on Saturday.
Gaurav Bhatia additionally alleged that the choice of candidates in PSC is determined by their closeness with the CM.
Raising the voice of youths in opposition to corrupt practises is within the DNA of the BJP whereas the DNA of Congress is to commit corruption, he alleged and additional claimed that this time BJP will kind the federal government.
“If Bhupesh Baghel is not indulged in the corruption, he should share details on actions that have been taken against the corruption. Baghel should stop reading Gandhi Chalisa and read the constitution,” Bhatia added.
He additional alleged that the guarantees that have been made within the Congress ballot manifesto are but to be fulfilled.
(With inputs from ANI)