Raipur. Regarding the report of the Quantifiable Data Commission, BJP MLAs in the House today raised questions on the functioning of the previous Congress government. Along with this, questions were also raised to Chief Minister Vishnudev Sai regarding the report of the commission. Not only in the House, but also outside the House, BJP MLAs accused former Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel of doing politics on the Quantifiable Data Commission. Read this also: Question raised in the House on not making the report of the Quantifiable Data Commission public, Chief Minister Sai said this…
Regarding the organization of quantifiable data, senior BJP MLA Ajay Chandrakar said that no one except Bhupesh Baghel knows what data was used. That's why a brief question was asked. The Chief Minister has assured to make the data public. The people of the state have the right to know what is the status of quantifiable data. This is not a matter of politics. This is a data corruption of Bhupesh Baghel.
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Regarding the Quantifiable Data Commission, Minister Brijmohan Aggarwal said that the Congress created the Quantifiable Data Commission only for its electoral gains, its report was neither tabled in the Assembly nor made public. Neither made available to the public nor to the opposition MLAs. The Scheduled Castes are also feeling cheated.
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Senior BJP MLA said that the information is not correct. Will not be able to show it in High Court or Supreme Court. He did not provide quantifiable data report even in the court. Talking fake things while being in the government had become a collection of Bhupesh Baghel government and Congress government. In the coming time, this investigation will reveal what the data was, how it was, why it was there, why it was created.
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On the other hand, Congress MLA Sangeeta Sinha said regarding quantifiable data that the previous Bhupesh Baghel government had formed the Quantifiable Data Commission. Today Ajay Chandrakar put forward his point and it was ended peacefully. When the work of this commission was related to reservation, which was stopped by the Governor, even though it was very necessary. The government is requested to continue the work of reservation. It may be amended, but keep going.
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Meanwhile, Congress MLA Ramkumar Yadav said regarding the report of the Quantifiable Data Commission that BJP has always been anti-reservation. This is in the interest of Chhattisgarh, and you have been made to sit here only for the interest of Chhattisgarh. They give round answers by saying no. When we passed the bill, the Governor had said that we would sign the bill as soon as it came, but when the bill went to the Governor, it was not signed even after months. If reservation had been passed, today people belonging to the last class would have got benefits. BJP is anti-poor and anti-reservation.
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