Kamal Nath's claims, "Our government has made a lot of reforms in six months"

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath claimed on Monday that the situation in the state has improved considerably during his six-month tenure in the state, while he was in a state financial turmoil from the former BJP government. The Madhya Pradesh Congress government led by CM Kamal Nath has completed six months on Monday.

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Kamal Nath said, "When the new government took over the responsibility in the state, the state was in a state of economic turmoil that there was a revenue deficit of Rs 8,000 crore. The salaries of the employees were lasking. Many a time, the rbi was taken over by the RBI. Madhya Pradesh had a debt of Rs 1.87 lakh crore. Good governance and justice were not unnamed. 46,000 daughters could not save their abru. 48 million children were malnourished.

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He said farmers were being fired when they asked for the price of the crops. The future of children was being sold through the business. Kamal Nath has said, "Now the situation is being changed. They are being given water rights to quench the thirst of the residents of the state. The possibilities of urban development are being explored. The new investment is coming in and ensures that the youth of the state get 70 per cent employment.

 

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