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Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has targeted the statement of former Chief Minister Kamal Nath, in which Nath called BJP a riot-inducing party. CM Shivraj accused Kamal Nath of double talking. On Thursday, after planting saplings in the Smart City, the Chief Minister, while discussing with the media, without naming Kamal Nath, said that on the one hand, he propagates that he is a devotee of Hanuman, and on the other hand, goes to Roza Iftar and talks about riots. What do they want to say after all?
want vote in the name of roza iftar
CM Shivraj said that Kamal Nath had gathered everyone and went to Rosa Iftar to get their votes. They are doing low level and cheap politics. They want to show fear and get votes. CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that now I do not understand. His Kamal Nath crookedness is being revealed by this.
Madhya Pradesh is an island of peace
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that Madhya Pradesh is an island of peace at this time. Riots are not happening anywhere in Madhya Pradesh. But they are doing appeasement by deviousness with vileness. By doing this, Kamal Nath wants to get votes. CM Shivraj said that I am condemning it.
Congress does politics of division
Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that Kamal Nath has done politics of poison, fear and separation while sitting among the fasting people. This is becoming a tradition of the Congress. Why should they talk about riots in a holy religious program. Congress has always been doing politics of division.
What was Kamal Nath’s statement after all?
Kamal Nath, who attended Roza Iftar party in Chhindwara on Wednesday, said that all of you have to take care of Chhindwara. Let me handle the state. You want me to stay tied here, so I stay tied. You are seeing what is happening everywhere. What is happening all over the country. They are creating riots all over the country. Shivraj has retaliated against this statement.
Report: Deepak Rai
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