Bhopal: Congress veteran and general secretary Jyotiraditya Scindia's style of doing politics seems to have changed. On the one hand, he is not shying away from accepting the flaws of his own government among the workers, on the other hand, he is writing letters to CM Kamal Nath continuously to fulfil the problems of the public and the expectations of the workers. So far this month, he has written four letters to CM Kamal Nath.
Scindia spent a week on a tour of Gwalior-Chambal division. During this, he directly interacted with the workers and also met the troubled and aggrieved class. He expressed during this stay that even if the government is his, he will not hesitate to go to any level to solve the problems of the regional people. During this time, Scindia wrote two different letters to CM Kamalalath on October 12, seeking to promote the opening of a Sainik School and to establish a medical college for the better education of children in Bhind.
Scindia then wrote a third letter on October 14 to CM Kamal Nath in connection with the murder of two Dalit children beaten up with sticks after defecating in open in Shivpuri. In the letter, Scindia has said that the victim's family is poor, so he should be given a lease of 10-10 bigha land, along with financial assistance of Rs 50 lakh. Congress leader Scindia wrote a fourth letter to Kamal Nath on 15 October, which mentioned the problems reported by MLAs and party workers of Shivpuri district.