Nath talked about the gaushalas that were set up during his tenure as the chief minister and the efforts made by him for setting up industries. Shivraj is in the habit of making false announcements. Wherever he goes, he would make some announcement and several of his announcements made in the past have never been implemented.
Team Absolute|Bhopal Former chief minister Kamal Nath lashed out at the chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan for his acting that he said, “would put the Bollywood superstars to shame.” He was addressing a rally in Jaisinagar town of Surkhi Vidhan Sabha seat in Sagar district on Monday. Taking a dig at Chouhan, Nath said, “He says he is the son of a farmer. Occasionally he also calls himself a Mama. He would also lie down in front of people. He is so good at acting that he would put to shame bollywood superstars like Shahrukh and Salman.” Nath said that Shivraj would always tell lies. “He is in the habit of making false announcements. Wherever he goes, he would make some announcement and several of his announcements made in the past have never been implemented,” he said. Nath also invited Shivraj on a platform for debate on developmental issues.He said that Shivraj must understand that he stands exposed in front of people. During the 15 years rule of BJP, number of industries was shut down than the number of those which were set up during the tenure. “Chouhan’s tenure is known for rising unemployment, rising number of farmers’ suicide. The stats were no one in the cases of crime against women and farmers’ suicide.” He said that the BJP government was formed with the help of notes (currency) when the people of the state had voted for the Congress and his government was formed with votes. Nath also talked about the gaushalas that were set up during his tenure as the chief minister and the efforts made by him for setting up industries. “We waived off loans of 27 lakh farmers in two phases. And when the third phase of loan waiving started, my government was pulled down,” he told the gathering. He also asked voters to keep in the view that minister Govind Singh Rajput has crossed over to BJP. He alleged that no farmer received compensation for damaged soyabean crop. “But CM claims from every dais that he is depositing the amount in the farmers’ account,” Nath added. He said when he took over as state’s chief minister, schools were without teachers, overhead tanks and taps were waterless, hospitals had no doctors and medicines, electricity polls were without wires. “I tried to make amends, improved facilities, worked for people’s betterment but BJP toppled the government,” he added.