BJP Leader Targets MP Govt, Says Corruption at all Time High

A senior BJP leader has criticised the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government saying the corruption in the Madhya Pradesh government is at an all-time high.

Former Gwalior BJP district president Raj Chaddha expressed his disenchantment through a Facebook post saying "corruption is all around in the state, the hospitals are in bad shape."

"Make amends or expel lakhs of party workers like me who invested their whole life trying to fulfil dreams of Pt Deendayal Sharma," Chaddha's said in the Facebook post.

His comments against the party on social media has sent ripples in the BJP.

Terming Chaddha's post as indiscipline, BJP state chief Nandkumar Singh Chauhan said that perhaps Chaddha was not aware of the work done under the leadership of CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

The Congress and the AAP have already cornered the Chouhan government over costly power, while Scindias of Gwalior are at loggerheads with Chouhan over his comments on the family during the Bhind by-election.

Other senior BJP leaders, including Babulal Gaur and Sartaj Singh, who were ousted from the cabinet, have openly criticised the Chouhan government on various issues.

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