Jitu Patwari (left)
Jitu Patwari (left)

The state government is recording telephone calls of the former chief minister Kamal Nath and others, state Congress media president Jitu Patwari said at a press conference here on Tuesday.

The Congress party members observed Black Day in the state on Tuesday, alleging that BJP toppled their government by non democratic means. He levelled serious charges against BJP government and police administration. Patwari said phone calls of all important people of party including kith and kin of Kamal Nath are being recorded. He told police officials that BJP government will last for three months and therefore they should work in an impartial manner.

Former speaker NP Prajapati raised the question on Supreme Court’s decision, and claimed that his limitation as a speaker was violated.

He alleged that signature of some of the MLAs were fake and false. “Some of the signature were in English, which did not match with their original signatures, and that’s why I called them in the Vidhan Sabha to put in their resignations,” he added.

He also alleged that chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan went to court and asked to conduct floor test without the MLAs. Former minister Sajjan Singh Verma stated that the BJP robbed the government from Congress. Earlier, the Congressmen staged demonstration at Roshanpura square wearing black clothes, holding balloons, flags etc.

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