Bhopal: There is a ruckus in Madhya Pradesh on a recent statement by BJP MP Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur. He has said that people in his area give bribe to the police by selling their daughters. The Congress has surrounded the state government regarding his statement. Through this, he has raised questions on the ‘Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao’ campaign. MP Pragya Singh Thakur gave this statement on Saturday at a program organized by the Indian Industry Board of Trade, Madhya Pradesh. However, the statement of the BJP MP has been denied by the sarpanch of a village.
Where did Pragya Singh Thakur give this statement
In this program, the BJP MP made serious allegations against the Madhya Pradesh Police and said, “The people of the two villages which they have adopted have no means of livelihood. There people make and sell country liquor. The police arrest them and these poor people sell their daughters to bribe the police. This program was organized to present the material of. In the same program, he talked about selling daughters to bribe the police.
What Pragya Singh Thakur said
Expressing gratitude to the organization from the stage of the program, MP Pragya Thakur expressed her anguish. She said that the condition of the villagers of the villages which I have adopted is very pathetic. There are about 300 children in the villages, whom I adopted and I keep making efforts to improve their standard of living, arrange for their education etc.
Congress surrounded BJP
After this statement of Pragya Singh Thakur, senior Congress spokesperson Sangeeta Sharma said that MP Pragya Thakur has made serious allegations against the government of her own party, but the question is why did she not raise this issue in Parliament? He has proved with his bayan that ‘Beti Padhao-Beti Bachao’ scheme is just a slogan for BJP.
Sarpanch denied the statement of the MP
MP Pragya Thakur had adopted Khajuri Bungalow village in Sehore district of Parliamentary constituency two years ago. Earlier she had adopted Bangarasia village of Bhopal. The claim of the BJP MP has been denied by the Sarpanch of Khajuri Bangla Panchayat, Hemraj Gaur. He told that educated and employed people live in his village. He said that apart from both the villages, raw liquor is not made in the surrounding villages also. He said that there is no family which has ever taken such a step to bribe the police.
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