Bhopal, May 1: Madhya Pradesh Congress’ newly elected president Kamal Nath on Tuesday said the youth are jobless, farmers and traders are upset and women are unsafe, adding people are demanding change and a change will come.
During a road show in Bhopal, Nath told media that people from all sections in the state are in distress and are demanding change.
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“The youth are jobless, farmers and traders are upset and women are unsafe. All are saying ‘BJP hatao, Pradesh bachao’ (Remove BJP, save the state). The people are demanding change and a change will come”, He stated.
The state Congress’ new election campaign committee chief, Jyotiraditya Scindia, and senior party leader Digvijay Singh accompanied Kamal Nath in his vehicle.
Echoing Madhya Pradesh Congress’ newly elected president, Scindia said that the time for the saffron party to leave the state has come.
“The time for the present government to go is here. A new government by and for the youth, farmers and women will be established,” he asserted.