MP Election 2023: High-tech election war in Madhya Pradesh, BD Sharma and Congress wage war on Twitter, know what is the whole matter?

MP Election 2023: High-tech election war in Madhya Pradesh, BD Sharma and Congress wage war on Twitter, know what is the whole matter?

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election 2023: The assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh are going to be completely high-tech at the end of this year. It started six months back. A war of words has broken out between BJP and Congress leaders regarding the elections. Now this political clash has also come on the Twitter account of social media. Leaders of both the parties are accusing each other on Twitter.

Let us tell you that Madhya Pradesh BJP President and MP from Khajuraho Vishnudutt Sharma has been in tremendous headlines since last one week. Sharma’s political fight is taking place directly with Congress state president Kamal Nath. Sometimes Kamal Nath is taking Vishnudutt Sharma head-on and sometimes Sharma is accusing him and putting him in the dock. The 1984 anti-Sikh riots have also entered this political battle between the two.

Twitter war between both the parties

Madhya Pradesh Congress, while posting from its Twitter account, wrote about the tussle between ministers in Bundelkhand that BJP’s discord came to the fore. Congress said that "Two BJP ministers begged in front of Shivraj in place of useless state president VD Sharma, preparations are on to resign in protest against minister Bhupendra Singh. Shivraj has seen the result of making a corrupt, dishonest, useless, worthless and hated Chintu the state president.". 

‘must see your face in the mirror’

Congress leader Piyush Babele tweeted about state BJP president VD Sharma that "Sharma’s statements are shameful. PM Modi swings the President of China. Shivraj is invited by the Communist Party of China. CM Modi of Gujarat used to visit China again and again. The chamchagiri of China should see their face in the mirror before questioning Hanuman devotee Kamal Nath.".

BJP’s befitting reply to Congress 

State BJP President Vishnudutt Sharma has also responded by tweeting on these allegations of Congress. They said that "Kamal Nath should answer this to the public that how did he become a billionaire by sucking the blood of the people of Chhindwara? How did he benefit China while being a Union Minister? Why are their hands red in Sikh riots". 

‘Kamal Nath has started seeing the mirror’

On the other hand, BJP leader Ashish Aggarwal wrote that "Piyush Babele’s trembling is telling that Kamal Nath has started seeing the mirror. The commission period of 15 months in which he was established as a commission Nath and his hands were stained with blood in the previous Sikh riots and yes listen, to what level your party has done the brokerage of China, the whole country knows".

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