Former chief minister Kamal Nath
Former chief minister Kamal Nath

BHOPAL: Accusing BJP of doing dirty politics, Congress has said that it will distribute Ganga Jal to cleanse the ‘dirt’ and purify 27 Assembly constituencies that are going for polls in months to come.

The former chief minister Kamal Nath, here on Thursday, said that to attain power BJP took to dirty politics in the state and now the dirt needs to be cleared. Launching the ‘Shuddh Ke Liye Yudh’ programme, the Congress state president said that the sacred water of river Ganga will help cleans dirt and purify 27 constituencies where the by polls are to be held, said Nath. The programme will commence from Sanwer constituency.

The state coordinator of different Morcha, Archna Jaiswal informed that under the ‘Shuddh Ke Liye Yudh’ the party workers will distribute Ganga Jal to every household of the 27 constituencies.

She further added that the BJP had toppled the Congress government with unethical means and the spread the dirt in these 27 constituencies.

To purify the constituencies a pack of half a litre Jal will be distributed and it will start from Savner constituency.

Purify their own inner conscience: Home minister

‘Yes purification is needed,’ said home minister Narottam Mishra taking a jibe on Congress programme. Taking to twitter, the minister said ‘the Congress which is going to distribute Ganga Jal in the constituencies, first should purify their own inner conscience. Sometimes they raise questions on Ram, sometimes on the Army and sometimes on the Election Commission. The party had come in power by making false promises and to clear the sins, purification is needed’.

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