Shivpuri: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister
Shivraj Singh Chouhan today claimed "some forces" unitedly
make bids to unseat him from his post.
"To unseat me from chief ministership some so called
forces unite and make bids and for this money too is
collected," Chouhan told reporters at Kotanaka village near
Chouhan, however said, he did not care much about such
moves and was focused on development of his state.
"My priority is people`s welfare," Chouhan, who had
arrived here yesterday on a two-day visit, said.
The Chief Minister refused to divulge details about "some
forces" when asked to further elaborate.
On the issue of former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister
Uma Bharti`s return to BJP, he reiterated that this issue is
dealt by party`s Central Parliamentary Board. The central
leadership will decide this matter, he said.
Asked about the tainted ministers in his Cabinet,
Chouhan said that mere allegation doesn`t turn anyone corrupt
However, the Chief Minister said that corruption won`t be
tolerated in the state, adding that action was being taken
in this regard.