By Staff Reporter
In a tweet on Wednesday, Singh told Nitish Kumar that Bihar was a small state for him, and he should join national politics.
Singh commented on BJP leader Jyotiraditya Scindia through his tweet on Wednesday.
In early days of election campaigning, the slogans gained momentum, but as the days passed the slogans disappeared.
Soon after the party leaders, all the workers who had gathered at the party office since the morning started to leave one by one.
But for EVMs, Congress would not have lost in any circumstance, said the former CM
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Earlier, the party leaders and workers paid rich tributes to former chief minister Arjun Singh on his birth anniversary at PCC office.
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Singh was addressing the gathering as the guest of honour on the occasion of release of souvenir of Daly College Business School (DCBS).
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Shivraj wants to win with officials help, Digvijaya Singh
The complainant himself is contesting election from Badnawar constituency.
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The BJP has filed the complaint with cyber police against the message.
Demands removal of Upendra Jain, ADG Bhopal zone
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Ex-CM neither addressing meeting nor issuing statements
The ‘rich man’ had shelved pro-poor schemes, says CM