Priyanka Accuses ED of Targeting Congress-Run Governments in Madhya Pradesh

She assured voters if voted to power in MP, Congress would provide a monthly incentive of Rs 1,500 to women, write off crop loans of farmers

Bhopal: Accusing the Enforcement Directorate of ‘overlooking corruption’ in the Madhya Pradesh state government, AICC general secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra alleged that the Central agency was targeting Congress-run governments even as 250 scandals took place under the rule of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.

Dismissing the charges, the BJP said the Congress leader had no knowledge about Madhya Pradesh and only read the speech produced by state Congress chief Kamal Nath.

“She is not aware of Madhya Pradesh. She makes wild allegations without any basis. She visited the state as a guest politician,” BJP spokesman Dr Hitesh Vajpayee said.

Priyanka was also skeptical regarding the implementation of the women’s reservation bill, which was passed in the Parliament recently. The bill may not be implemented within the next 10 years, she claimed.

She said that the Congress, if voted to power in Madhya Pradesh, would fulfil its promises of providing a monthly incentive of Rs 1,500 to women and write off crop loans of farmers.

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