A video of a newly elected Congress MLA from Alirajpur district of Madhya Pradesh has gone viral. In this shocking video, Congress MLA Kalawati Bhuria can be heard targeting an IAS officer and threatening him of transfer, reported TimesNow.
According to reports, the newly elected Congress MLA, Bhuria, speaking at a victory rally, accused District Collector Ganesh Shankar Mishra of not working in the interest of the people. She also went on to say that Mishra had transferred various officers in the district. She further threatened IAS Ganesh Shankar Mishra of immediate transfer from Alirajpur district. Interestingly, hours later, the Madhya Pradesh government transferred IAS officer Mishra along with 47 other IAS officers in a major reshuffle after coming to power in the state.
WATCH | A Congress MLA was caught on camera threatening a district collector in Madhya Pradesh. & just hours later, in a mega administrative reshuffle by the State government, the bureaucrat was transferred pic.twitter.com/NycAhej2W6
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In the video, Kalawati Bhuria says the District Collector Mishra has failed in his duties and he will have to go from Alirajpur soon. MLA Bhuria asserted that soo, the collector will have to ack his bags and leave.
“You have four days to stay in Alirazpur. Enjoy the food of Alirajpur for a few days. You have troubled us a lot. I will make sure that you will pack your bags and leave the city soon,” threatened MLA Bhuria.
Kalawati Bhuria is elected to the Madhya Pradesh legislative assembly for the first time from Jobat of Alirajpur district. She is the niece of the Ratlam MP and Congress leader Kantilal Bhuria. Kalawati Bhuria in the past had also served as Jhabua’s district panchayat president for 18 years.
Within days of assuming power, Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh has transferred 48 IAS officers, which includes 24 District Collectors who were appointed by the previous government headed by Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Similarly, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot in a major bureaucratic rejig had transferred 40 IAS and 8 Rajasthan Administrative Service officers.