People unhappy with MP`s progress may create unrest: Gupta

Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Umashanker Gupta today said some people unhappy with state progress and feared such elements might try to create unrest in the state.

Indore: Madhya Pradesh Home Minister
Umashanker Gupta today said some people unhappy with state
progress and feared such elements might try to create unrest
in the state.

As the state was humming with development activities
under Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan`s leadership, some
people are finding themselves in a tight spot and might try to
destroy peace in the state, Gupta told reporters here.

Without taking names, he said some people are troubled
with the rapid pace of development taking place in the state,
adding some incidents in recent times indicate to this.

They are trying to create a mountain out of a mole, Gupta
said. He asked the people not to be carried away by rumours
of such people.

Without taking names, he said some people are troubled
with the rapid pace of development taking place in the state,
adding some incidents in recent times indicate to this.

They are trying to create a mountain out of a mole, Gupta
said. He asked the people not to be carried away by rumours
of such people.

About verdict on Ayodhaya likely to come on September 24,
the Home Minister said all have faith in the court. He said he
hoped that the decision will be accepted peacefully.

Gupta said the police have been asked to remain issue.

On Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh`s serious
allegations against state government, he said former Madhya
Pradesh Chief Minister was finding him alone. He is giving
childish statements, he added.

PTI

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