Prasad should first win an election: Nath

Bhopal: In response to Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Member of Parliament (MP) Ravi Shankar Prasad’s comments, former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath has countered, suggesting that Prasad should first win an election before making such remarks.

Nath made this statement during an interview with Agency in Bhopal, the state capital, on Friday, in light of Prasad’s comments about Nath facing challenges in Chhindwara for the upcoming state assembly polls.

Nath stated, “Ravi Shankar Prasad can say whatever he wants. He should focus on winning an election himself before passing judgment.”

Earlier on the same day, during a press conference in Bhopal, Prasad had taken a swipe at Kamal Nath, mentioning his recent visit to Chhindwara on November 2 and expressing his belief that Nath might face difficulties in the upcoming state assembly polls in that constituency.

Prasad remarked, “I visited Chhindwara yesterday. Kamal Nath Ji is encountering challenges in Chhindwara. It would not be surprising if he faces defeat in the upcoming state assembly polls. From my observations, there appears to be a sense of desperation in the campaign there.”

Madhya Pradesh is among the five states scheduled to hold elections on November 17, with vote counting set for December 3. Voters will be choosing representatives for the 230 Assembly constituencies.

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