Indore: The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) meeting held here to oppose the Centre’s move to implement Communal and Targeted Violence Act- 2011 in the country, took an ugly turn when party workers started to criticise their own state government in Madhya Pradesh.

Several party leaders including some Councilors attended the meeting in presence of senior Rashtriya Swansevak Sangh (RSS) member. The meeting aimed at opposing the Centre’s intention to bring the CTVA-2011 in winter session of the parliament to start from November 22.

As a leader started to speak against the CTVA-2011, BJP workers raised serious questions over the functioning of BJP state government.

The saffron party workers informed, “More number of cases have been filed against them during the BJP regime as compared to the previous Congress government.”

The claimed that the state police has been torturing the RSS workers and despite the complaints, no action has been initiated in this context.

JPN/Bureau