Chouhan takes dig at MP Congress leaders for "newfound" unity
Indore: Taking a dig at Congress leaders over their "newfound" unity, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan today said those who had until recently been fighting like "snakes and mongooses" were now walking hand-in-hand after being scared by the growing support for BJP.
"Afraid of the BJP`s growing public support, Congress leaders who were earlier fighting like snakes and mongooses... are repeatedly saying now that they are united," Chouhan said at a rally at Sanver, 40km from here, on the last day of his `Janashirwad Yatra`.
Attacking Congress leaders for calling him a "ghoshna- veer", Chouhan said, "Congress leaders should know that announcements are made by `veers` (the brave) and not by cowards."
Chouhan highlighted his government`s achievements in the areas of electricity supply, interest-free loans for farmers, improvement of condition of roads, etc., as he urged people to vote for BJP.
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