- While going to Chitrakote, CM Baghel spoke to the media, while former CM’s stance on the security of the honorable
- Ram, nationalism and security in the state is in conflict between Chief Minister and former Chief Minister
- Nationalism of BJP and RSS is provocative, it came from abroad: Baghel
- I did not ask for any security, this decision is central government, said Raman Singh
The politics of Chhattisgarh is in discussion these days about Rama, nationalism and protection of honorable people. There is an ongoing debate between State Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and Raman Singh . Bhupesh Baghel said on Friday that the BJP only remembers Ram at the time of elections. They use Rama for votes. At the same time Raman Singh said after taking a dig at the CM Baghel for security, that if there is a Ram Rajya in Chhattisgarh, then take back the security of everyone
Before leaving for Chitrakote assembly by-election, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, during a discussion with the media, termed the nationalism of BJP and RSS as provocative nationalism. He said that it came from abroad. Gandhi’s nationalism is serious nationalism, which the Congress believes. At India fell at 10th place in the ranking of the World Economic Forum, CM Baghel said that the country’s economy is flat. Demonetisation and GST have caused losses. Now the situation is that the central government is arranging the salaries of the employees by selling them to the public sector companies.
Former Chief Minister and BJP leader Dr. Raman Singh said that I have not sought any protection from anyone. If Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel feels that there is a Ram Rajya in the state, then take back the security of all. The former CM said that we do not decide security. This decision is made by the central government. Actually, in the past, CM Bhupesh Baghel had tightened up on Dr. Raman Singh for safety and said that extravagance can be stopped only by economy. I have cut my convoy, but old people still carry long and wide convoys. I cannot advise anyone in this matter.