Madhya Pradesh Man Writes Letter To Chief Minister, Demands Cabinet Birth

A person has written a letter to Chief Minister Sivraj Chouhan demanded his inclusion in state cupboard. (Re

In a bizarre incident, a person has written a letter to Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, asking the latter to nominate him as a minister within the state cupboard, or drop 14 different ministers who are usually not part of the state legislature but.

The person, Balchand Verma, by way of a letter has contended that within the enlargement of Mr Chouhan’s Cupboard, “14 such ministers took oath who are usually not even members of the present Vidhan Sabha and are bizarre residents. Previous to this, between 2013 and 2018 too throughout your tenure because the CM, 5 folks, who weren’t members of the Vidhan Sabha, had been made ministers.”

Mr Verma has, subsequently, urged the Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister to induct him in his Cupboard and assign a portfolio inside three days of receiving the letter.

He additional stated that he was not fascinated by taking the wage given to ministers, in case of his inclusion within the Cupboard.

Mr Verma additional urges the Chief Minister to take away the 14 ministers from his Cupboard if he isn’t included.

In the long run, the letter threatens that the Chief Minister can be accountable for something dangerous which occurs sooner or later if neither of the 2 circumstances are met.

Twenty-eight Ministers, who joined the Shivraj Singh Chouhan authorities in Madhya Pradesh, had been administered the oath of workplace and secrecy by Governor Anandiben Patel at Raj Bhawan in Bhopal on July 2.

Notably, this was the second cupboard enlargement since Chief Minister Chouhan returned to the helm of state affairs on March 23. He had earlier solely inducted 5 ministers within the cupboard in April.

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