Digvijaya Singh sets off on 200 km foot journey to secure Rajgarh

Bhopal: Commencing his electoral campaign for the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections, Digvijaya Singh, former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and esteemed Congress leader, has initiated a ‘Padyatra’ within his Rajgarh constituency, commencing this Monday.

Over the course of an 8-day march, Digvijaya Singh, accompanied by his supporters and party members, aims to cover a distance of 25km each day. Revered as the “77-year-young” leader by his social media followers, he endeavors to personally visit every household in his constituency, fostering grassroots connections and acquainting them with the party’s developmental agenda.

Noteworthy is the Congress’s decision to nominate several seasoned leaders this time, mirroring the strategy of its rival, the BJP. The venerable party has nominated Digvijaya Singh from Rajgarh, pitting him against BJP’s Rodomal Nagar.

The Rajgarh seat in Madhya Pradesh is slated for the third phase of polling on May 7.

Meanwhile, V D Sharma, who attended a ‘Holi samaroh’ in Gwalior on Sunday, exuded confidence in the BJP’s electoral prospects despite the campaign tactics employed by Digvijaya Singh. Sharma accused Singh of indulging in manipulative politics.


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