Cental Chronicle Bhopal-Former Chief Minister Sushri Uma Bharti has said that the prescribed guideline should be followed by the citizens for defeating Corona. Every citizen should support the initiative taken by Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
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Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal-Uma Bharti, who has made a strong statement about liquor ban in Madhya Pradesh, has backed down from t
While stopping for a few moments at Sidhi, former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Uma Bharti expressed deep grief over the death of 53 people in the Bansagar Canal bus accident in Sidhi district and said that action should be taken against the responsible officials.
Talking to the media a
The Shivraj government of Madhya Pradesh has come on the back foot after BJP,s fire brand leader Uma Bharti announced the launch of liquor ban campaign.
It is reported that now the new excise policy will be launched after the urban body elections. Preparations are being made to launch t
Bharti to launch her campaign for liquor ban in MP from March 8
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal-The Shivraj government has been mulling over increasing the number of liquor shops, but BJP's Fire Brand leader and former Chief Minister Uma Bharti has made he
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal-Former state president Arun Yadav supported former Chief Minister Uma Bharti,s demand for complete prohibition. Arun Yadav has reiterated his commitment to the Uma,s demand for complete prohibition in the state. While fully supporting the proposed campa
Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal, Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Uma Bharti has Former Chief Minister, Uma Bharti has advocated prohibition in the state and criticized move to open more l
Bhopal, (UNI) In a frontal assault on Madhya Pradesh’s “graft-ridden” predecessor Congress dispensation, erstwhile chief minister Uma Bharati accused it of turning Nelson’s eye to the state’s development and plunging it into gloom during 15 mont
Gwalior, MP, (UNI) Strafing the enemy camp, Bharatiya Janata Party stalwart Uma Bharati alleged on Tuesday that exaggerated promises made by the Congress were responsible for the curtain descending unceremoniously on the Kamal Nath dispensation in Madhya Pradesh.
Raisen, MP, (UNI) Strafing the enemy citadel, erstwhile central minister Uma Bharati alleged on Monday that Madhya Pradesh’s 15-month-long Congress rule witnessed party bigwig Digvijaya Singh orchestrating the dispensation from behind the curtain and “courageous opposition to this sys