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Wednesday, 10 March 2021

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Mama's statement / entry in the attitude of 'power is happening', Shivraj Singh said- this is me, this is my government and you see that.

The BJP chief minister was also speaking on the issue of land mafia at a function organized by Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in Indore. During this time, he remembered the dialogue of 'Tiger Zinda Hai' using this trendy line.

  • Shivraj Singh Chauhan addressed the people in Indore
  • Land mafias leave Madhya Pradesh, otherwise I will be buried: Shivraj
  • Powari ho rahi hai anejam bhumafiyo api chimki

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan also seems to have joined the ranks of 'Pawari Ho Re Hai'. With this sentence going viral on social media, he has strongly warned the land mafias. "If any dishonest, thugs, thugs and mafias have tried to commit atrocities and injustice on the people of the state, I tell Danka that we will not leave him anywhere," the chief minister said at an event here on Tuesday night.

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Shivraj Singh Chauhan has warned the land mafias

"This is me, this is my government, this is my administrative team and you will see the land mafias fleeing," Shivraj Singh Chauhan told leaders and government officials sitting on the dais. The CM's statement has gone viral on social media. In this video she is seen partying with some friends near a car parked on the road. "This is our car, this is ours and this is our power (party)," a Pakistani woman known as "Power Girl" said in her post. This video of Dennir has become very popular and people are creating different types of memes on social media.

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The MP chief minister has been looking aggressive for some time now

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan also mentioned the phrase 'Tiger Abhi Zinda Hai' at a function in Indore on Tuesday night, which is often used as a rhetoric in the state's political climate. "I have already said that Tiger is still alive and now he is a victim of the Tiger land mafia, the brokers of cheat fund companies, drug dealers and those who ruined the lives of mothers and sisters," he said.

The Madhya Pradesh chief minister, who has been in the media for some time for his aggressive approach, warned the land mafia in his address yesterday that either you leave Madhya Pradesh or I will dig a 10 feet deep pit and bury it in the ground. However, he later clarified that this only meant breaking up the land mafias.

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