Bhopal: ‘Digvijaya, CM should join shakha to learn patriotism, public service’

BHOPAL: The ex-chief minister Digvijaya Singh should join the RSS Shakha to learn patriotism and public service and chief minister Kamal Nath too needed to join the Shakha, said Union minister for water resources and Ganga rejuvenation Uma Bharti while addressing the media here on Wednesday.

Uma attacked the ex-CM for terming the Pulwama incident as an accident. She added, “Digvijay Singh has affection for the terrorists.”

She added that Digvijaya Singh always raises the issue in which the Muslim voters are in centre, “Whenever Singh says something he always think about the Muslim voters, Singh is having doubt on the Muslim patriotism, he thinks that if he say something in favour of terrorists the Muslims will feel happy”.

“Congress and Digvijaya is having doubt on patriotism of Muslims, but BJP never doubts it,” she added. She claimed that the SP, BSP alliance will help BJP in winning Lok Sabha elections, “Because SP voters never votes for Congress they prefers BJP in such condition.”

Talking about the Ram Temple she refused to reply as the Court is conducting the hearing, but stated “Temple will be constructed at the place where the idols were kept. Suggestion to construct temple and mosque side by side is a waste of time, because in future the issue will become grim.”

She claimed “Some people want bloodshed on the issue and I feel that the root cause is Congress”.

On Chouhan

Talking about the ex-chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan she said “Shivraj became complacent that he is going to win the election, he also garnered votes but unfortunately Congress formed the government.” She added that he is not punished for any cause (an attribution song sung by ex-CM on several occasion- hum se ka bhool hui, jo ye saja hum ko mili).

Bharti to meet Nath

Union minister Uma Bharti will meet CM Nath to discuss the issue of Ken-Betwa link river project. She added that it’s a first inter link river project which will benefit: UP and MP. Under the project very few people will be displaced and funds will not going be an issue.

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