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Lok Sabha Polls: Digvijay Singh releases ‘Vision Document’ for Bhopal; promises Jobs, Education

Congress stalwart Digvijay Singh who is taking Bharatiya Janata Party’s Sadhvi Pragya in Bhopal Parliamentary Constituency has on Sunday released its vision Document for the Bhopal City. Congress Senior Leader took to Twitter to share the glimpses of the ‘vision document’ in which he made several promised if voted to power.

‘Today is a very important day as I am sharing the vision document for the city. My plans and schemes for Bhopal on the basis of which I am seeking your votes in the polls 2019’ tweeted Singh while sharing ‘vision document’ on Sunday.

Former MP Chief Minister and a nominee for Lok Sabha Polls 2019, Singh promised to have Progress based on tourism, empowering Bhopal and utilising its scenic beauty to usher in development!

The vision document further said, ‘Quality education for every child in every village is not just our mission, but our firm resolve!’.

He further took a jibe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over his ‘Pakoda’ remark. ‘”From now on youths will not migrate to different cities to do engineering nor does they will fry ‘Pakodas’ due to lack of jobs. We will develop Bhopal like Pune or Bengaluru. Nobody visualised that Bhopal could become an IT hub. We have the vision we will make that happen”, he tweeted in Hindi. Earlier Prime Minister Narendra Modi during an interview to a TV Channel said that anyone selling ‘pakodos’ and earning 200 per day is also employed.

Digvijay Singh in a run-up to the polls is taking on BJP’s Sadhvi Pragya. Bhopal Lok Sabha Seat is considered as a stronghold of the saffron party. BJP had held the seat 8 times since 1989, Congress had last won an election in 1984 on the seat. In 2014 General Elections, BJP’s Alok Sanjar defeated Congress’ PC Sharma with over 3.5 lakh votes.

General Elections have already begun and would spread on seven phases from April 11 and May 19. Bhopal will go to polls on May 12.


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