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Chhattisgarh: AAP raised questions regarding inflation, state in-charge said – public is upset in Congress government

Chhattisgarh: AAP raised questions regarding inflation, state in-charge said – public is upset in Congress government


Aam Aadmi Party MLA and state in-charge Sanjeev Jha raised questions on several issues including law and order situation in Chhattisgarh. He accused the Congress government of failure.

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oi-Mukesh Pandey

Updated: Saturday, December 31, 2022, 17:13 [IST]

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Chhattisgarh News: In Raipur today, Aam Aadmi Party’s state in-charge Sanjeev Jha surrounded the Congress government on issues like corruption and women’s safety. In a press conference, the AAP leader alleged that parties like BJP and Congress in the state are misleading the common man on unnecessary issues.

Actually AAP’s MLA from Delhi and state in-charge Sanjeev Jha reached Raipur on a two-day tour. It has been learned that a series of meetings were held with senior leaders of AAP and several strategies were chalked out for the coming year. Accusing the Congress government, Sanjeev Jha said that the law and order situation in Chhattisgarh has gone from bad to worse. Here the safety of women and the safety of common people is at risk.

CG model has become a model of corruption
State in-charge Jha alleged that the Congress government of Chhattisgarh has not become a model of development but a model of corruption. The people here made CM Bhupesh Baghel sit in power, he made many attractive promises during the election time. But now his work is limited to flex and holdings only.

Facilities are free in Delhi but not here
Kejriwal’s government in Delhi is providing free electricity (limited) and free water to the common people. Apart from this, facilities like health and medicines are also available free of cost in Delhi. But electricity rates have been increased twice in the last four months in Chhattisgarh. The public is troubled by the onslaught of inflation.

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Further, Sanjeev Jha said that the Aam Aadmi Party will go among the public on issues like corruption, education and health and seek cooperation from them to form an honest government. The workers of our state have now reached 20 thousand villages.

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Chhattisgarh People upset due to inflation says AAP state in-charge Sanjeev Jha

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