For Power Cuts in State Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath Blames BJP

Earlier, last month, former Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan carried out 'oil lantern march' saying that the electricity in the state is gone. "Ever since Congress has come, electricity has gone. Digvijaya Singh had turned Madhya Pradesh into a state of darkness and that era is coming back. 'Lalten' is the symbol of the era of darkness, that is why we're doing this march to raise awareness among the public," said Chauhan said.

For Power Cuts in State Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath Blames BJP. After the resistance’s continuous fault on the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh for unscheduled power cuts, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has spoke to the general population on Wednesday to not succumb to such bits of gossip and accused the past BJP government and artificial hindrances for the unscheduled power cuts in the state.

“I need to guarantee you that the lack of power is no explanation for the power related issues being experienced for as far back as couple of days. The reasons are not making enhancements in the framework before and making artificial hindrances in smooth supply (of intensity),” said Kamal Nath in notices issued in nearby papers, Hindustan Times announced.

He said that there is more power age in the state than interest and consequently no lack of intensity. Nath’s media guide Narendra Saluja stated, “The synthetic checks implied blocks made by ‘BJP disapproved of individuals’ in the power conveyance organizations.”

Prior, a month ago, previous Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan did ‘oil lamp walk’ saying that the power in the state is no more. “As far back as Congress has come, power has gone. Digvijaya Singh had transformed Madhya Pradesh into a condition of dimness and that period is returning. ‘Lalten’ is the image of the time of dimness, that is for what reason we’re doing this walk to bring issues to light among general society,” said Chauhan said.

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