Bhopal Municipal Employees To Boycott MP Bypolls Until CM Chouhan Meets Their Demands
Employees are asking for increase in tenures as promised by the Chief Minister.
Some representatives of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation have launched a protest against Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and have also threatened to boycott the state’s upcoming by-polls if their demands are not met. These municipal corporation employees are demanding an increase in their tenures which had been promised by the Chouhan government when it recently came to power following the toppling of the Congress-led regime in the state.
The employees of the Bhopal Municipal Corporation in Madhya Pradesh were at the end of their tenures during the time the Congress government exited the state. When BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chouhan became Chief Minister, he had promised them an increase in their tenures by at least one year. Following the non-fulfilment of this promise, they protested outside the residence of State Cabinet Minister, Bhupendra Singh today. By-polls for 24 assembly seats is supposed to take place this September in Madhya Pradesh.
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