I am not able to understand at what capacity the CBDT, Income Tax, CBI and others are releasing the information on raids and this is being it done for the first time in the history, said ex- chief minister and the candidate from Bhopal Lok Sabha seat Digvijaya Singh while talking to media, here on Tuesday.
He alleged, “According to procedure the agencies release the statements after completing the investigation in 90 days”.
He added, “The person who had nabbed by the Income Tax department claims that he is a member of the Bhartiya Janta party, now PM Modi and other should respond on it.”
He informed that on April 19 he will submit the nomination form and asked his supporters not to join the rally, “Because I don’t believe in power play or show of strength.” He asked told them to stay in their respective block, mandal and sector and prepare for the elections. He added that he will present the development roadmap of Bhopal LS constituency two days after he filing of his nomination.
He claimed that he is in contact with the people of Rajgarh the LS constituency whose borders are connected with the Bhopal LS area, “I can assure that I will be in live contact with the people of Bhopal and I will not leave them alone as the people of other party had done.”
Born Hindu, real Narmada yatra
Earlier the saint Subodhnand Maharaj inaugurated the election office of Digvijaya Singh and termed him to be a born Hindu, “If a person is born in a Hindu family and observes the religion, then on what basis can one question his religion.” On the politicians taking up the Narmada parikrma yatra he said, “Some of the leaders had flown over the Narmada and claimed that they had conducted the yatra, but in reality Digvijaya Singh and his wife had completed the yatra.”
Scindia chooses to keep mum
Political slugfest is on in the state over the Income Tax raids on close confidants of Chief Minister Kamal Nath, however, the Guna MP Jyotiraditya Scindia has not uttered a word on it. Congress leaders, including Nath, former chief minister Digvijaya Singh have flayed the
Central government accusing it of targeting opposition leaders for “political vendetta”. However, Scindia, one of the top leaders of the state is keeping quite. The MP busy in campaigning in Guna constituency has chosen to keep mum over the issue while meeting with polling booth in-charge.