Among other things, the guest teachers in Madhya Pradesh are demanding a better salary. “Our party’s manifesto is a sacred text and have patience
Tikamgarh: After Congress party’s drubbing in the Delhi Assembly polls, the party’s senior leader Jyotiraditya Scindia on Thursday said it has to change and reach out to people with a fresh approach.
“India is changing and people’s thought process is also changing. So Congress has to change and reach out to people with a new approach,” said Scindia by terming the Delhi defeat as “unfortunate”.
His statement came hours after senior party leader Jairam Ramesh’s voice concern over the Congress defeat in the Delhi Assembly election and the crisis it is facing in some states like Bihar and the Uttar Pradesh and suggested it “ruthlessly” reinvent itself or face the prospect of becoming irrelevant.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won the Delhi Assembly elections by winning 62 of the 70 seats. Meanwhile, the BJP won eight seats, the Congress could not manage to score even a single one.
Meanwhile addressing a rally at Kudila village organized on the occasion of Ravidas Jayanti, Scindia said he will hit the road if the party’s manifesto is not fulfilled in Madhya Pradesh.
Currently, the congress ruling the state with Kamal Nath at the helm. “Our turn will come, I promise you. Even if it does not come, I will become your shield and sword,” said Scindia while addressing.
Scindia added “I want to tell the guest teachers. I heard your demand before assembly polls in Madhya Pradesh. I want to promise you that your demand already stands underlined in our party’s government’s manifesto,”.
Among other things, the guest teachers in Madhya Pradesh are demanding a better salary. “Our party’s manifesto is a sacred text and have patience. If all the assurance is not fulfilled, do not think you all are alone. I will also hit the roads along with you,” he added.
According to the officials, the Madhya Pradesh government at present struggling to fulfill its promises of farm loan waiver up to Rs 2 lakh in the state. We need around Rs 50,000 crore for the farm waiver.