State Bureau, Raipur. Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has once again targeted the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS). He compared the Sangh with the Naxalites and said that the people of the Sangh work like bonded laborers in Chhattisgarh. In the 15 years of BJP government, no work was done for the people of RSS. Even now they do not run, all operate from Nagpur. Former Chief Minister of the state Raman Singh has retaliated on Baghel’s statement. He said that the Sangh teaches patriotism and patriotism.

In a discussion with the media in Raipur, Baghel said that the leaders of Naxalites are in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. The local people do the work of shooting and eating bullets. Similarly the RSS has no capacity of its own. The union has no place here. Whatever it is, it happens from Nagpur.

Former CM Raman Singh showed the mirror

Former Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh described CM Baghel’s statement as petty mentality. He said that Baghel probably did not know that former Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru had invited the Sangh to participate in the 1963 Republic Day parade. The Sangh is working to stop the conversion and spread education in the country. Becoming a patriot is taught in the branches of the Sangh. Today the mentality of Bhupesh Baghel is understandable. The saffron flag is being crushed by the feet, which he describes as a small incident.

Center should accept that there is shortage of coal: Baghel

Baghel also hit out at the Centre’s claim that there is no shortage of coal in the country and said it has failed to handle the issue. He said that the Indian government had said that there is no crisis of coal and power generation in the country, but dozens of power plants are closed in the country. If there is no shortage of coal in the country then why has the coal minister reached Chhattisgarh? The Center must accept that there is a shortage of coal.

Edited By: Tanisk