Madhya Pradesh: Congress to stage protest against rising fuel rates today

Jun 11 2021 01:42 PM
Madhya Pradesh: Congress to stage protest against rising fuel rates today

Bhopal: Everyone is shocked to see the fire in petrol and diesel prices in Madhya Pradesh. Now, there is a war of politics between the government and the opposition over these prices. The Madhya Pradesh Congress has once again launched a scathing attack on the government on the issue of rising inflation. In fact, today, friday, the Congress has launched an attack against rising inflation in Madhya Pradesh. In fact, congress men are joining their constituencies in all places including the capital Bhopal and Indore.

All of you must be aware that after nearly six months, the Madhya Pradesh Congress has once again started coming on the road with regard to petrol and diesel prices. Last Thursday itself, a protest led by former minister and MLA Priyavrat Singh was held in Khilchipur against the government over rising prices of petrol, diesel, LPG and edible oils. Now, amidst all this, the MP Congress has also tweeted.

The tweet reads: "Modi is the first PM in the world whose every master stroke ends on the ruin of the people. Look at the price of petrol and diesel, look at the work of the good days. Yesterday, the Madhya Pradesh Congress had tweeted and said, "There is a massive protest across Madhya Pradesh on June 11 to protest against the rising prices of petrol and diesel, all the colleagues should join the protest and demand the government to bring down the price of petrol and diesel. Let me tell you all that even a year ago, congress leaders cycled to the Assembly to protest against the rising inflation. Congress MLA and former state ministers P C Sharma, Jitu Patwari and MLA Kunal Chaudhary had gone to the assembly from Cycle.

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