The Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Shivraj Singh Chouhan crashes the words of the opposition and called prostitutes as sisters and said that he could wash the feet of prostitutes.
The Congress MLA Sunderlal Tiwari compared him to a prostitute in revert of which the Chief Minister said that he respects all females who fight odds to make a living.
The Chief Minister said “Congress leaders… should know that prostitutes join the trade out of compulsion. Even they are someone’s mother, sister or daughter. By making fun of their constraints, Congress leaders are committing a crime against humanity,” while addressing the crowd Nalkheda in Agar district.
The Chief Minister had been the target of the oppositions but the humble leader never adopt the language and terms used by the opposition, instead, he makes a humble but strong remark.
The country which is fighting for the rights of females holds some leaders like Tiwari, who insult some clan of women who undergo numerous suffering.
The Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh has been working for the welfare of farmers, youth, and women. Shivraj Singh has gifted the state with prosperity and development. The Chouhan’s govt aims to walk on the path of growth and changes.
The people who have never seen electricity, are living under 24-hour electricity. The agriculture lands are no more barren and the roads are connecting village to village and village to city.
The Chouhan govt invited various business and industrial personnel to invest in the state. The job opportunities are flourishing under the shadow of Mr. Shivraj’s govt.
The remarks and terms used by the opposition for the sake of votes reflect the level of mindset and approach towards the people.
Congress party is trying to get the grip of the state in the upcoming election but the party leaders forget that they are being watched by the common people. Such Remarks and terms will only lead to the failure.
Politics was meant for the development and progress of the country. Elections were ways to elect the appropriate representatives but the terms and words used by the leaders now resemble that politics has become a part of cheap vocabularies and allegations.