Bhopal: In Madhya Pradesh, veteran Congress leader and former Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia have once again challenged the state's Kamal Nath government in signs. Sindhia has been opening a front against her own government for the past several days. Scindia, while addressing a dialogue program with various organizations of Muslim society in Jamatkhana, Sheopur, Madhya Pradesh, said that "it is my responsibility to preserve communal harmony, whoever the government is, and I am able to fulfil this responsibility well. If the government does not listen, I will become your voice".
In fact, in the event organized under the chairmanship of the city Qazi Atik Ullah Qureshi, the chief guest was complained to Scindia, like the BJP government of the past, the current government is discriminating against them. To this, Scindia said that "I do not care about whose government it is, but the right of expression should not be taken away, I am in favour of this. If my government also does not listen to you then I will become your voice".
The Congress leader in the past organized a strong attitude about the functioning of the state government at the seminar of Congress workers in Bhind and attacked the government. He said that loans of up to 50 thousand rupees have been waived off by farmers, whereas we had talked about waiving loans up to two lakhs. Loans up to two lakh rupees of farmers should be forgiven. In fact, Scindia is looking for his role in the state these days. In the recent Lok Sabha elections after the assembly elections, Scindia has suffered a major setback as an electoral defeat.