MP Politics News: Madhya Pradesh Youth Congress on Saturday claimed that Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia has removed the name of BJP from his Twitter bio. On this tweet, now Jyotiraditya Scindia himself has surrounded the Congress (Congress) on the issue of corruption while replying. Scindia said that if the Congress had read the mind of the people in Madhya Pradesh, its government would not have gone.
MP Youth Congress tweeted on Saturday morning, ‘Principles are under fire, Union Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia removed BJP’s name from Twitter..’ And things are not going well between BJP. However, Scindia himself denied it late in the evening.
If there is no work, then they spread propaganda- Jyotiraditya Scindia
Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia tweeted, ‘The Congress party in Madhya Pradesh does not have any issue of the public, so in the morning and evening only Spreading lies and propaganda. If I had read the mind of the people better than my Twitter bio, then the corrupt government would not have gone in 15 months. Jyotiraditya may have tried to reply through a tweet but the Congress attack did not stop. On Jyotiraditya’s reply, a senior Congress leader also tweeted tauntingly. Pawan Kheda said, ‘This world is my Babylon’s house, that world is my in-laws’ house. How can I make eye contact with Babylon, how can I go home? stains in the chunari…’
Kamal Nath’s government fell due to Jyotiraditya’s step
It is worth mentioning that Jyotiraditya had joined BJP along with his supporters due to which the Kamal Nath government of Madhya Pradesh fell. At the same time, as the elections are getting closer, the Congress has started focusing on pro-Jyotiraditya MLAs and ministers. As a special strategy, Congress leaders are focusing on those areas from where pro-Jyotiraditya leaders are sitting MLAs. At the same time, Jyotiraditya has also extended his tour of Madhya Pradesh.
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