Former Congress leader, supporter of Scindia camp and current cabinet minister in Shivraj Singh Chauhan government (Shivraj Govt), clashed between Pradyuman Singh Tomar and Congress worker. Conflicts with Congress workers over dispute over lifting hoardings. Congress workers were protesting the removal of hoardings and banners imposed on September 18 to welcome state party chief Kamal Nath. Later the security personnel removed these protesters and took the minister safely. No case has been registered in connection with the incident.
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A video has surfaced in which Madhya Pradesh Energy Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar and a Congress worker are allegedly seen shoving each other when the minister tried to meet the Manjhi community protesters in Phul Bagh area of Gwalior. . The incident took place on Wednesday afternoon when Tomar Manjhi came to collect a memorandum from members of the community who were carrying out a movement for their demand. At the same time some Congress workers came there to protest against the removal of the banner-hoarding of the party by the local municipal corporation.
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In the video, Tomar is allegedly seen snatching the Congress flag from a Congress worker. After this, ministers and opposition party workers are also seen allegedly pushing. Congress workers later raised slogans against the minister. Congress workers were protesting against the removal of banner-hoardings by the Municipal Corporation, which were installed to welcome Madhya Pradesh Congress President and former Chief Minister Kamal Nath. Kamal Nath is coming here on 18 September. Additional Superintendent of Police (ASP) Satyendra Singh Tomar told that when the minister reached to take the memorandum, some activists of the protesting Congress reached him.
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He said, "The security personnel removed these Congressmen from there and took Tomar forward safely to take the memorandum." The ASP said that no case has been registered in this regard yet. Minister Tomar later said, "Congress workers chaotic to reach the spot. But a public servant cannot stop this. Kamal Nath did not even give 15 minutes to Gwalior during his 15-month tenure as Chief Minister.
He accused the previous Congress government of not sanctioning funds for the hospital here. The minister alleged, "Now the Congress is spending crores of rupees on advertising and hoarding". After the incident, former minister and Congress MLA Lakhan Yadav and Congress candidate Sunil Sharma for the by-election for Gwalior assembly seat. Staged there Sharma questioned, "This is the fear of BJP leaders and ministers, due to which the poster-banners are being removed, but the general public is with the Congress, how will they be removed?" (Also from input language)