Shivraj asking questions from public to put pressure on PM: Kamal Nath

Political temperature increased due to rhetoric in state

Chronicle Reporter, Bhopal
As the election time is getting closer in the state, the attacks by the two major parties — BJP and Congress — on each other in Madhya Pradesh are increasing.

Kamal Nath has said that in Madhya Pradesh, not only the people but also his own leaders and party are angry with CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan. This is the reason why PM Modi has now stopped taking his name in public meetings and has dropped him from the race for Chief Minister.

Kamal Nath has once again tweeted saying that ‘frustration is at its peak in Madhya Pradesh BJP. First, Prime Minister Modi stopped taking the name of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and dropped him from the race for Chief Minister. In response to this, to put pressure on the Prime Minister, first the Chief Minister started asking the public whether I should contest the elections or not and now he is directly asking whether Modi ji should be the Prime Minister or not. In the war between PM and CM, war between BJP is certain. Those who got the ticket are not ready to fight and those who are out of the race for the ticket are fighting with everyone.

Kamal Nath tweets

The process of the arrival of big leaders from Delhi to woo the public is continuing before the elections. PM Modi has come to Madhya Pradesh twice in the last 10 days and 8 times in the last six months. Priyanka Gandhi had also reached Dhar two days ago. Earlier, during BJP’s Jan Ashirwad Yatra, many big leaders including Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh have come to MP. While BJP is saying this in its favour, Congress is continuously saying that now it has no such leader left in the state who can gather a support base.

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