Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Chauhan has completed two years in office in his fourth term

Apparently trying to stop the endless speculation on a possible change in the face of the BJP in the 2023 Assembly elections, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who recently completed 15 years in power, made it clear that his next goal is only to serve and serve the people. For the development of Madhya Pradesh.

Chauhan, who recently became the longest-serving BJP chief minister after completing 15 years in office, completed two years in office on Wednesday in his fourth term.

Earlier in the day, BJP state president VD Sharma was asked the same question about a possible change in leadership for Mission 2023, and he replied that the party was successfully following the ideas of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay and the MP was developing rapidly. No idea.

Meanwhile, commenting on the two-year term, Chauhan said in an exclusive chat with News18 that his government has succeeded on several fronts – fighting Kovid-19, keeping development in the face of adversity, helping the people and so on. “We have proposed a stable government in the past but Congress can only stay in power for 15 months. My roadmap for self-reliant Madhya Pradesh is ready and we are meeting in Pachmarhi (proposed meeting with ministers). We have also sought advice from the public and will come up with a roadmap soon, ”the CM said.

He supported the incarnation of his bulldozer, saying that those who are harassing women in Madhya Pradesh will be bulldozed and the state government will uproot and destroy such criminals.

The administration has destroyed the property of those accused of sexual harassment and other crimes in the last few days and BJP leaders are promoting Chauhan as the uncle of the bulldozer.

“The only thing that resonates in my mind is the development of the people and the state. I have been sworn in as Chief Minister in 2020 at 8 pm and I am holding a meeting with the officers at the same time on Wednesday and will create a roadmap for development, “the Chief Minister added.

He tried to explain that there was nothing new in his bulldozer avatar.

“I am as soft as lightning for criminals and as soft as a flower for the people and this is the mantra of my rule,” he said, adding that he had said in the first term that either Shivraj Singh Chauhan would be the MP or robbers active in Gwalior, Chambal and Satna. Later, most of them were killed and the rest surrendered to the police, Chauhan added.

At present there is no listed bandit group in the state.

Referring to the 2016 encounter, Chauhan said, “I broke the SIMI network and broke the jail and shot dead some operators by the police.”

“Now why all the fuss about bulldozers,” he asked, whether bulldozers have not been used in Jabbalpur or Gwalior in the past. A man who raped underage girls was sentenced to four years in prison and all his installations were destroyed, Chauhan said.

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