Former BJP MLA Devji Bhai Patel has sent a train ticket to Rajasthan Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel. Along with this a letter has also been sent by the former MLA to the Chief Minister. It is written in it that Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel should go to Rajasthan, where a case of murder of a Dalit youth has come to the fore. Expressing condolences to the family, the Chief Minister should give a compensation of 50 lakhs there also. This political taunt of the BJP leader is because of the Congress government in Rajasthan.
Sharing the ticket and his letter on Twitter, he said that I am aware that you travel by chartered plane but I have been able to arrange your journey to Rajasthan according to my capacity. Praying you have a good journey. Recently, CM Baghel, who returned after the Lakhimpur Kheri incident, is on the target of the opposition. BJP leaders are besieging the government’s ignoring the movement of tribals in Silger of Bastar for a few months and not paying compensation to the villagers killed in that movement.
what happened in rajasthan
Recently, a video of a Dalit youth being beaten to death in Hanumangarh district of Rajasthan surfaced. Three people have been taken into custody in this case. The police gave this information on Saturday 9 October. Pilibanga police station officer Inder Kumar said that three people including Mukesh, Omprakash and Hansraj have been detained in this regard and two police teams have been formed to nab the other accused. The name of the deceased is Jagdish. The investigation into the incident is ongoing.
Former MLA’s questions regarding compensation
After the Lakhimpur Kheri violence, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel had announced an assistance of 50 lakhs to the families of the victims. Former MLA Devji Bhai has now asked the question whether this 50 lakh is being given from the funds of the Congress party. Why 50 lakhs were not given to the villagers killed in Silger. Villagers have been protesting against the police camp in Silger, Bastar for several days. During this, four villagers were killed in police firing. In this case, the Chief Minister made it clear that the tribals had refused to take any kind of compensation, so the government had not given them any compensation.