Former CM Kamal Nath says upcoming state assembly polls are elections for the future of Madhya Pradesh

The upcoming state assembly elections, according to former CM Kamal Nath, are elections for Madhya Pradesh's future


According to Kamal Nath, a former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, the state assembly elections that will take place later this year will determine the state’s future. On Friday, Nath said the thing while speaking at a gathering in the Chhindwara district of Madhya Pradesh.

“The upcoming state assembly polls are the elections of the future of Madhya Pradesh. The state is number one in corruption, unemployment, atrocities against tribals and women. I am not giving this data, it has been published by the central government. This is the situation of our state today,” the former CM said.

Everyone in the state is either a participant in or a victim of corruption. This corrupt system has been implemented all the way up to the Ministry from the Gram Panchayat. He said, “Give money, take work.”

“Today, no one is ready to invest in the state. When I say come to Chhindwara they (investors) say we will go to Nagpur because there is no trust here,” he said, adding that he waived the loans of 75 lakh farmers during his 11 months of government in the state.

Aditya Thackeray, the leader of the Shiv Sena (UBT), said during the program that the BJP’s pressure tactics must stop because, of the five states where elections are scheduled to take place soon, Congress will triumph in four of them.