Dhar: Union Minister and Madhya Pradesh Congress Poll Campaign Committee Chairman Jyotiraditya Scindia attacked the ruling BJP here on Friday alleging rampant corruption in Madhya Pradesh.
"During ten years of BJP rule, corruption ruled the roost and it has totally made the state hollow in all areas, whether it is education, health or mining," Scindia said.
The minister was addressing two poll meetings in Gandhwani`s Kosdana village and Kanvan in the Badnawar area in support of Congress candidates Umang Singhar and Rajyawardhan Singh Dattigaon respectively for the November 25 Assembly elections in the state.
Scindia said that the time has come for people to end the BJP`s corrupt rule in MP by voting it out of power.
Scindia alleged that the BJP always lies to the people and recalled that in 2008 when it`s current President Rajnath Singh had addressed a BJP rally in Piplia Mandi promising to waive off farmers` loans. But after coming to power, it did not fulfill that promise, he said.
Scindia assured farmers that if they vote for the Congress their loans upto Rs 51,000 would be waived off. He also promised teachers working on contract in government schools that they would be paid the same salary for the same work, as paid to permanent staffers.