Madhya Pradesh, September 12: Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chauhan recently announced in Sarni town of Madhya Pradesh that the government will set-up a new 660 MW power plant in Satpura.
Addressing the gathering during Jan Ashirwad Yatra, the chief minister of Madhya Pradesh said that all the preparations have been made in this regard. He also added that two coal mines will be set up to meet the requirement of the power plant. Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan Depicted as 'Super Mama' in This Viral Mario Video!
He also announced to make Ghodadongri and Shahpur as Nagar Panchayat during the programme organised in Betul District.
Earlier today, amid a series of incidents that involved showing black flags to political leaders in Madhya Pradesh, the police allegedly took away duppatas (scarves) of several students before attending a programme of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan in Betul district, Madhya Pradesh.
Narrating the incident one woman said, "When we reached the venue, a woman police officer told us to remove our black chunnis and keep it in the bag. Later, they took it away, saying that it would be given back after the end of the chief minister's programme."
Lashing out at Shivraj Singh Chouhan over the incident, former Multai MLA and state Congress general secretary Sukhdev Panse said, "The chief minister is afraid. He is afraid even from the uniforms of the girl students. This has never happened in the state's history when the police took away the chunnis of the girls due to fear of protest."
In the recent times, many incidents have taken place in Madhya Pradesh, in where people have protested against the amendments to the SC/ST Act and had shown black flags to the political leaders of all the parties.