Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Tuesday warned the ‘land mafias’ of the state in a unique way. While addressing a gathering yesterday, Chouhan said that the BJP government will implement the Indore model of action against land mafias.
A lot of videos are being seen on social media these days in the ‘Pavari Ho Gayi’ trend from Pakistan. People from all walks of life, be it personal or political space, came up with their own versions of the social trend.
The latest to join it is Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, who on Tuesday warned the ‘land mafias’ of the state in a unique way. While addressing a gathering yesterday, Chouhan said that the BJP government will implement the Indore model of action against land mafias.
During an event in Indore, Shivraj Singh said, “Yeh mai hun, this is my government, you are my commendable team and we are together, ‘this is my government’, this is my administrative team, and you see It is said that the land mafia is running away.)
This is me I have a @ BJP4MP government in Madhya Pradesh! Here is my strong administrative team! And the land mafia is running away from Madhya Pradesh! # MafiamuktMP pic.twitter.com/WWtQWMs9n
- Shivraj Singh Chauhan (@ Chohanshivraj) 7 March 2021
Later, the Chief Minister reiterated his old ‘tiger ab zinda hai’ comment that the ‘tiger’ is out for hunting and in search of its victims harassing the land mafia, drug mafia, chit fund companies and those women and girls is. State.
It is pertinent to mention that the opposition Congress is continuously attacking the BJP government in Madhya Pradesh on the issue of land mafia in the state. The opposition has accused the government of patronizing land mafias.