Chhattisgarh Congress Committee President Mohan Markam has said that former Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh is trying desperately to regain his lost strength and land. The Bhupesh Baghel government of Chhattisgarh is trying to salvage the state with their 15-year failures, so this poor and anti-farmer Raman Singh and the BJP are not happy. They are constantly trying to mislead the public. The former Chief Minister should tell how much he and his family have benefited from the agricultural schemes they are opposing in the state? If Dr. Raman Singh has courage, he should make public the account of himself and his family members, in which the money for justice scheme and paddy purchase has reached. Raman Singh should accept this challenge himself.
State Congress Committee President Mohan Markam said that the anti-farmer face of Dr. Raman Singh and his party BJP has come out. In the harsh winter for the last 50 days, lakhs of farmers have been living in Singhu Border and BJP’s central government is conspiring to implement all three black laws. On the other hand, Bhupesh Baghel, the chief of Chhattisgarh, has been worrying the farmers since the first hour of government formation. Their every day starts with the concern of the farmers. The decisions taken by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel to strengthen the economy of the farmers and the village within an hour of taking the oath have begun to show their impact. Raman Singh had hollowed out the economic and social foundations of the state. All these failures are recorded in Raman Singh’s account. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is trying to revive the state from there, then he is trying to mislead the public. The Congress has said that Raman Singh has become a power-less leader, otherwise he would have enthusiastically questioned the Prime Minister of the country, Narendra Modi, why should he be half-hearted in giving tantrums to Chhattisgarh? Why are there constraints in giving bonus to farmers in Chhattisgarh?