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CM Shivraj wrote a letter to ‘Rakshabandhan’ written by the sisters who turned into politics

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has written a letter to his ‘sisters’ before the Raksha Bandhan, which has created a ruckus in the state’s politics. In this case, the state Congress chief Kamal Nath has targeted CM Shivraj. In the same way BJP has made it clear that it is good if the Congress does not come between the “brother-sister relationship”.

The letter is written in something like this
In fact, on the occasion of Rakshabandhan, CM Shivraj sent a letter to nearly five lakh sisters through the Department of Posts. In the letter, he has been demanding five years from ‘his sisters’ and promised to give them a happy and secure environment. CM has tried to touch the heart of his ‘mouth’ sisters. In this letter of 25 lines, Shivraj Singh Chauhan has asked for the blessings of the next five years for gestures by the gestures of Rakshabandhan.

The letter is written in the phone number
The Chief Minister has appealed to ‘his sisters’ in the chit that after receiving the chant, their sisters will send a missed call, SMS or WhatsApp message to the mobile number given in the chip. It is written with this appeal that as soon as you get the letter, you will understand that your brother came to you.

Congress is a smart target
In this case, the state Congress chief Kamal Nath has targeted Shivraj. He wrote on Twitter that the Shivraj government, which in the last 15 years has not given a safe environment in the state, has brought the state to the top of the country in female oppression; now she is on the holy festival like Rakshabandhan Five years more are seeking for safe and pleasant atmosphere.

BJP responded
Not only this, BJP spokesperson Rajneesh Agarwal has reversed this incident on Congress. He said that only if Congress does not come into this relationship is better. CM Shivraj wrote a letter to his sisters.

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