Petition against CM Shivraj: Filed in Gwalior High Court, citing poor economic condition of the state

Karn Mishra, Gwalior. A petition has been filed against Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s visit to Gwalior yesterday (June 23). A Public Interest Litigation (PLI) has been filed in the Gwalior High Court. The meeting to be held at the fair ground in Gwalior has been described as wasteful expenditure of the government.

In the petition, mobilization of one lakh people, arrangement of more than 3700 buses, diesel worth more than 10 crores and wasteful expenditure in other arrangements have been shown. The poor economic condition of Madhya Pradesh has been cited in the PIL. The launch of 1000 bed hospital has also been questioned. Despite the plight of the hospital, the work being old, questions have been raised on its inauguration. The roads being built in haste by the PWD due to the CM’s visit amid rains have been termed as big corruption.

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Argument of petitioner advocate Umesh Bohra

There is no purpose to the CM’s visit. Money has been transferred to the accounts of dear sisters, then what is the purpose of gathering a crowd? The exchequer of the government is being misused in the election year. An application has also been filed in the High Court for early hearing.

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