45 years old relation with Chhindwara will continue

  • Former CM Kamal Nath says in meeting of workers and office bearers

Chronicle Reporter, Chhindwara
Even after losing 45 years of legacy and the defeat of his son Nakul Nath, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath reached Chhindwara on Wednesday. Here he held a meeting of the workers and asked them to reflect on this defeat.

The workers and office bearers present in the meeting looked sad on this statement of Kamalnath. Kamal Nath has clearly indicated that now he has bid farewell to Chhindwara. But he also said that his relation with the people of Chhindwara is 45 years old. This relation will always remain and he is grateful to the people of Chhindwara that they gave him love and strength for 45 years, due to which he kept moving forward continuously. Kamal Nath said about coming to Chhindwara that the Congress and India alliance did better work in the whole country and the public has also supported us. But I said that first I will go to Chhindwara and will stand with the people of Chhindwara at this time, only after that I will come to Delhi. Kamal Nath reached Chhindwara on his one-day visit on the second day of counting of votes. Here he held a meeting with the workers and clearly said that you should find the reason for this defeat yourself and whatever conclusion comes out, you can send it to me personally.

Nakul Nath expresses gratitude to public

Nakul Nath, who came out of the counting centre during the counting of votes on Tuesday, appeared in front of the media and workers with his father on Wednesday. He said that he expresses gratitude to the people of Chhindwara. And he also accepts this defeat. At present, his priority is the by-election to be held in Amarwara assembly in two-three months. In which he will work continuously to make the Congress candidate win. His relationship with Chhindwara is 45 years old, just like his father.

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