Senior Congress pioneer Jyotiraditya Scindia claimed that troubles of ranchers got exacerbated and expansion took off in the most recent two years under the Narendra Modi government. “Agriculturists have nothing left in their grasp and regular man is confronting parcel of challenges because of complex increment in expansion rate,” Scindia said tending to a rally at Chicholi in front of Ghodadongri Assembly by-decision booked to be hung on May 30.
The by-survey was required because of the demise of sitting BJP MLA Sajjan Singh Uikey.
He said agriculturists’ hands used to be constantly full under the Congress guideline. “Be that as it may, not long after the BJP came to control, their (ranchers’) hands got to be unfilled and they have left with nothing now,” the previous clergyman said. He was tending to the rally alongside the Madhya Pradesh unit Congress president Arun Yadav for the gathering candidate and previous pastor Pratap Singh Uikey.
Yadav said however BJP came to control on the guarantee of “acche commotion”, the expense of lentils has gone up from Rs 55 for every kg to Rs 160 for each kg. “At the point when (expense of lentils) was Rs 55 for each kg, BJP used to say ‘mahngai dayan ho gayi hai’ (swelling has turned into a creature). Why the same BJP is regarding expansion as its “mausi” (close relative) now,” Yadav inquired.