Cong slams BJP over Cabinet meeting differences


Bhopal, June 9 (UNI) Madhya Pradesh’s opposition Congress lost no time on Wednesday in capitalising on a perceived political opportunity spawned by press reports regarding some ministers opposing certain proposals during Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting. 
“The saffron camp’s internal feuds stand exposed. The gathering witnessed a dispute with Dr Mishra who is prepared to go to any extent for assuming the Chief Minister’s position. The politician was humiliated during the meeting,” the Congress conveyed via social media. 
It is alleged that Dr Mishra did not concur vis-à-vis a matter pertaining to Narmada Valley Development Authority tenders worth approximately Rs 10,000 crore. He was “supported” by a couple of colleagues but Minister Tulsiram Silawat and some others stressed that the proposal be passed unanimously. At that juncture, Dr Mishra “exited” the chamber.