Saturday, November 7

Does Shivraj Singh Chauhan get carried away when he makes a speech?

Controversial remark made by the Madhya Prade4sh Chief Minister spread out like a wild fire in a jungle. His speech sent shock waves through political circles and civil society.

“Ye nahi hoga ki karkhana lage Satna me aur naukri karne wale aa jaayen Bihar se. Ye hum nahi hone denge. Yehin ke ladke, naujwan naukari karenge ye shart hamne laga di hai. (This should not happen that plants be established in Satna and people from Bihar get the jobs. We will not allow this. I have imposed the condition that the jobs be given to local youths only)”, said CM addressing the gathering at BTI Ground in Satna and striking a chord with the local people.

Shivraj Singh Chauhan a gold medalist in M. A. philosophy emotional speech was called "unconstitutional utterances'.Will it have any consequence by asking state industrialists to employ locals and not Biharis..? Pitching for "sons of the soil" policy has invited criticism from across the country.

Should he be pardoned?

Does the speech has any connection with the the elections to be held in the next couple of months?

Can chief minister’s statement be seen in the context of economic backwardness in Satna and other parts of Rewanchal?

Do you mind if locals in Madhya Pradesh get precedence over all resources, including work opportunities?

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