Bhopal: With the upcoming assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh heating up the state’s landscape, both the BJP and Congress leaders are engaged in the competition. There has been criticism towards Kamal Nath as he organized a Ram Katha by Pandit Dhirendra Shastri at Bagheshwar Dham in Chhindwara, which drew attention from both Congress figures like Acharya Pramod Krishnam and RJDs Sadanand Tiwari. In response to these remarks, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan commented that the actions of Congress seem uncertain, suggesting that there might be some motivations behind the moves.
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan also pointed out a shift among those who were once hesitant to acknowledge Ram’s name but are now weaving narratives around it. He attributed these actions to election motives indicating a stance within the Congress party with regard to Kamal Naths wavering leadership credibility. Chouhan emphasized that Nath appears unsure of his path and is now striving to establish his claim as a leader.
When asked about Rahul Gandhi’s motion of no confidence, Chouhan expressed his opinion that it reflects Gandhi’s lack of self-assurance. He recalled instances where similar motions lacked substance and highlighted the public trust in Narendra Modi while questioning the motives behind this motion. Chouhan also mentioned AAP’s origins as opposition to Congress. Referred to perceived missteps well as past disputes involving Lalu Nitish.
He emphasized the importance of unity as a response to corruption, which has been eroding trust in circles.