Digvijay Singh Announcement: To get the key to power in the election year, there has been a spate of announcements from both the parties, BJP and Congress. Former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Digvijay Singh has made another big announcement that if the Congress government comes to power, the rights given during his 10-year tenure will once again be returned to the people’s representatives of Panchayat and local bodies. He has also appealed to the representatives to leave the BJP and strengthen the Congress.
Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh is continuously visiting the lost assembly seats of Madhya Pradesh. During this, he is also keeping many important things among the common people. Former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh has made another big announcement. He has said that in order to strengthen Panchayati Raj, all the rights given to the elected representatives between 1993 and 2003 will be returned. Please tell that former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh had established the district government to strengthen the Panchayat Raj. During this, the District Panchayat Presidents were also given the status of Minister of State.
reminded of his tenure
During the tenure of former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh, district panchayat presidents were also given red lights as per the rule at that time. Digvijay Singh had also given an opportunity to the elected public representatives in the urban bodies to represent them in the district government. MP Digvijay Singh has once again reminded of his tenure and said that if the Congress government is formed in the assembly elections this time, those rights will be implemented once again. For this, he has also asked for 6 months time. The old arrangements will be implemented within 6 months of the formation of the government.
Leaving BJP sought help for Congress
Digvijay Singh is well aware that to make a strong hold in the rural areas, announcing the empowerment of village and district panchayat representatives can prove to be very beneficial, that’s why Digvijay Singh has once again started his 10-year tenure. He tried to strengthen the hand of the Congress by reminding that he has appealed to the extent that the election representatives of the local bodies and panchayats should resign from the BJP and help the Congress.
‘Public has seen a lot of Digvijay Singh’s tenure’
Madhya Pradesh Government’s Agriculture Minister Kamal Patel, while targeting Digvijay Singh, has said that the people of Madhya Pradesh have seen a lot during the 10-year tenure of former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh. He has done the work of strengthening the BJP once again by reliving the memories of his tenure. At the time of former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh, it was not known whether there were potholes in the road or the road in potholes. His tenure has been the worst tenure of Madhya Pradesh so far.
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