The Congress in Madhya Pradesh on
Monday took a dig at BJP chief Jyotiraditya Scindia over his “tiger is alive” comment.
The opposition celebration additionally questioned Scindia’s “silence” on points like non-payment of salaries to contractual academics and shelving of the farm mortgage waiver scheme by the Shivraj Singh Chouhan authorities.
“He (Scindia) had once said (in July) that ‘tiger abhi zinda hai’ (tiger is still alive). Why this tiger did not venture to serve people in the Gwalior-Chambal region in the last five months? But now in this jungle raj, he is going to to meet the saffron party leaders in Indore and Ujjain to retain cabinet berths for his loyalists who toppled the Congress government in March,” MP Congress media cell chairman and MLA Jitu Patwari informed reporters right here.
“….Scindiaji come out to the streets. Why are you hiding in house? Why are you in a cave with tail down?” he stated.
Patwari stated Scindia is out on a tour “to do political management in the wake of a petition in court challenging the over-sized Madhya Pradesh cabinet”.
Scindia goes door-to-door to satisfy BJP leaders to avoid wasting his males from getting sacked from the cupboard, he alleged.
“In Congress, Scindia got immense respect. He was our big leader. The party leaders used to go to his house and to be around him seeking tickets for elections,” Patwari stated referring to Scindia quitting the celebration and becoming a member of the BJP with over 20 MLAs in March this 12 months, which led to break down of the Kamal Nath authorities.
Patwari stated 69,000 contractual academics haven’t been paid their salaries for the reason that final three months.
“28 such unemployed teachers have committed suicide in the last three months,” he claimed.
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