Patna: A case has been filed on Wednesday in Muzaffarpur Court against newly-inducted Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath over his remark on UP-Bihar migrants. The case has been registered by Tamanna Hashmi.
Immediately after taking oath as Chief Minister on Monday, Kamal Nath told the media that his government would give concessions to those who invested in Madhya Pradesh if they provided 70 per cent of the jobs to the locals. He had also said that people from other states like Bihar and Uttar Pradesh Pradesh took away the jobs of locals.
Speaking at a press conference, the veteran politician had said, "Our schemes of providing incentives of investment will only be imposed after 70% people from Madhya Pradesh get employment. People from other states like Bihar, Uttar Pradesh come here and local people don't get jobs. I have signed file for this."
Following which he faced criticism left, right and centre.
Kamal Nath, who took oath as Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh on December 17, is a nine-time Member of Parliament from Chhindwara. He has not yet resigned from Lok Sabha.
(With inputs from agencies)