Madhya Pradesh Polls: Saints vs Shivraj Singh Chouhan; Computer Baba appeals to uproot BJP govt
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Madhya Pradesh Polls: Saints vs Shivraj Singh Chouhan; Computer Baba appeals to uproot BJP govt

Weeks after self-styled godman Computer Baba resigned as a Madhya Pradesh minister of state, he launched a massive campaign on Tuesday, to unite saints against the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in the poll-bound state.

During the gathering, many saints blamed the BJP government in state and centre on a series of issues including construction of a Ram temple in Ayodhya, Vyapam scam and rising number of crimes against minor girls.

Stating Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan as ‘anti-religion’, Computer Baba gathered around 1000 saints in Indore and stated that “(CM) Shivraj Singh Chouhan had promised me that the Narmada River will be kept clean and illegal sand mining won’t be allowed. But these promises were not kept. Now we have understood that the Shivraj government is anti-religion.”

The godman further appealed to uproot the BJP government in the November polls and said “BJP government is doing nothing for the protection of cows and destroying Hindu shrines, temples and dwellings of saints in the state”.

As per the reports, Computer Baba will organize such gatherings in Gwalior, Khandwa, Rewa and Jabalpur in coming days, where saints from various places will be invited. Saints in Madhya Pradesh polls could play a vital role in government formation and after yesterday’s development, Shivraj Singh could face the heat of spiritual community of Madhya Pradesh, sources claimed.

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