Indore– In Madhya Pradesh, there has been a lot of discussion about renaming India as ‘Bharat.’ Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan firmly believes India has always been known as Bharat and expects it to stay that way. He emphasized this during a media interaction on Wednesday, stating that there should be no debate about it.
While on his way to participate in the Jan Ashirwad Yatra in the Khandwa region of Indore, the Chief Minister addressed journalists in Indore. He expressed his position on renaming, highlighting how ‘Bharat’ represents the country’s heritage and continuity.
Furthermore, the Chief Minister also mentioned an incident where the Jan Ashirwad Yatra faced stone pelting in Neemuch a day before. He noted that the Congress party seemed unable to accept the support that this yatra has been receiving from sections of society. Disappointed by these opposition tactics, Shivraj Singh Chouhan remarked that Madhya Pradesh’s political climate is known for its decency and that such disruptive strategies won’t lead Congress to success.
He confirmed that a comprehensive investigation had been initiated to examine the incident and assured that strict measures would be taken against those for throwing stones. Moving forward with optimism and confidence. Looking optimistic and confident, he proclaimed that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is poised to secure a resounding victory in the forthcoming assembly elections, resonating with a massive majority to steer the state towards progressive paths.