Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath, paid homage to Babasaheb Ambekdar at his birth place in Mhow (Ambekar Smarak) on Sunday.
The Chief Minister remained for more than half an hour at the birth place and visited the two storey monument building which is fully constructed of marble. After paying homage to Ambedkar, Nath had the food with the Ambekar followers. Due to ongoing model code of conduct, the CM did not address people.
Home Minister Bala Bachchan, PWD Minister Sajjan Singh Verma, Health Miniter Tulsi Silawat, Sports Minister Jeetu Patwari also accompanied the Chief Minister Kamal Nath and paid homage to the Ambedkar.
While talking to the media person, the Home Minister Bala Bachchan said that the investigating agencies will go deep into the e-tender scam and the people involved in corruption will not be spared whether they are leaders or bureaucrats.
The law will take its own course. Minister Sajjan Singh Verma told that e-tender scam is not an act to take revenge from BJP because this e-tender scam came in light in BJP Government of Shivraj Singh itself we are just continuing the investigation in this scam.
A large gathering of thousands of people arrived at the birth place of Ambedkar from every parts of the country on every April 14 to pay homage and offer flowers to Ambekdar statue at Ambedkar Smarak Mhow. The State Government provides free food free stay and free transportation to the Ambedkar followers for three days.
With the model code of conduct in effect, this year the Ambedkar Jayanti celebration was non-political and Indore collector Lokesh Jatav is head of organisation committee of this celebration. President Ramnath Kovind, PM Narendra Modi, Congress president Rahul Gandhi, former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan have also visited this Ambekdar Smark in the previous years.
Indore SSP Ruchi Vardhan Mishra kept a strict vigil on this programme.