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Threat to the government in Chhattisgarh too, Chief Minister Baghel’s allegation on Modi government

Raipur/New Delhi. Political turmoil continues in Maharashtra and many people are speculating that the same will happen in Maharashtra as the Congress government was toppled in Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, the Chief Minister of Chhattisgarh has also accused the BJP of destabilizing the Chhattisgarh government.

Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has made serious allegations against the Modi government of getting phone tapping and trying to destabilize the state government. Baghel, along with Congress office-bearers and workers, told reporters after participating in a walk-in demonstration and protest from the Congress headquarters to the ED office in New Delhi today that the Modi government was phone tapping. And trying to destabilize the state government.

He said that the youth of the country are angry with the Agnipath scheme. This scheme is not in the interest of the country, it should be withdrawn. He said that the BJP wants to keep retired youths as chowkidars in its office after four years. He alleged that the intention of the BJP is to end reservation.

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