'Congress wants to play politics on corpses': Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang
'Congress wants to play politics on corpses': Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang

Bhopal: The corona havoc in the state is beginning to subside and in the meantime, ministers are seen openly expressing their views. Recently, Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang has once again made a statement that has put him in the news. In fact, through his statement, he has taken a dig at the Congress and at the same time made a statement on several issues in Madhya Pradesh.

He first commented on the Congress saying, "What is the Congress talking about an FIR, reducing the prestige of the country, therefore, it is the desire to play politics on the corpses of the Congress, the Congress did not appear in the Corona period for 2 months and now when the corona is decreasing, it is instigating the people". In a statement yesterday, he had said, "The Congress is looking for an opportunity to play politics in a disaster, the Congress is just rioting, it is the act of playing politics on dead bodies, the Congress has completely slipped away, when it gets a chance to serve, it is doing politics".

Let us also tell all of you that from last Monday in the Covid period, the contract health workers have started strike due to non-fulfillment of their pending demands. All the employees have demanded that all temporary employees be merged into the contract. On the strike, Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang said, "Don't go on strike in times of epidemic, you can solve the problem by talk".

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