Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh): Former Madhya Pradesh chief minister and senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Saturday termed Prime Minister Narendra Modi a destroyer.
Singh is on a two-day visit to Guna district. “I had earlier said and I am again saying that he (Modi) is a destroyer. It is written in his kundali (horoscope) that wherever he will go, will destroy everything,” Singh said while talking to journalists.
Singh further said prices of petrol-diesel have crossed Rs 100 per litre, LPG cylinder rate has touched Rs 900. “But, his (Narendra Modi) supporters keep shouting, Har Har Modi, Ghar Ghar Modi. The country will be destroyed by Modi,” he said.
Singh also lashed out at state government over Covid deaths and said Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s government fudged figures. He said state government has presented wrong figures of people who died of corona to show less number of fatalities.
He said there were 471 deaths in Guna Hospital in May-June while administration reported 44. In Ashok Nagar, administration reported 34 deaths while Member of Parliament Jyotiraditya Scindia paid tribute to 150 people during his visit to Guna in the past.
On club house chat, Singh said BJP made a fake Twitter account and misrepresented him as a traitor, Talibani and even Pakistani, which will be legally examined and a complaint will be made in cyber cell. He said if social service is in DNA of Jyotiraditya Scindia, then he should stay away from race for post of minister.
He accused Modi of not making adequate preparations to protect people against corona despite warning given by Rahul Gandhi in advance. “Once the corona entered country, PM kept on talking big. Kept saying that war of Mahabharata was won in 18 days, we will win war against corona in 21 days. But what happened after that? Whole country has not been able to get rid of corona even today,” he added.
On the alleged scam of buying land for Ram temple, he said, “BJP always says Apda Mein Avsar” (opportunity in disaster) and now they are following this”.
Earlier, Singh visited families whose members have died. Singh first visited the residence of former district panchayat president Sumer Singh Garha to express condolences on death of Garha’s father. He also visited residence of Jan Shikshak Chandramouleshwar Shrivastava who committed suicide after being harassed by authorities.