By Staff Reporter
State agriculture minister Kamal Patel has demanded CBI inquiry against former union minister Kamal Nath, AICC president Sonia Gandhi and...Read More
'Tigers are also found in circuses; made of paper too'
By FP News Service
Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath on Friday took a veiled swipe at Jyotiraditya Scindia, his one-time rival in the party and now a...Read More
In a jibe at senior BJP members and aspirants who failed to make the cut, he said “Personally, I am sad at not finding names of efficient...Read More
Opposition legislators not invited, say Congress leaders
The notice sent by Nath relates to defamation.
The notice also asks them to immediately desist from making false and malicious statements.
The BJP also used hashtags like ‘Chin ka dalal’ (Chinese agent) and ‘Desh ka gaddar’ (traitor) on social media on the occasion.
It seems that the unseen war of words between the BJP and Congress leaders in Madhya Pradesh is never-ending. The loop continues with BJP...Read More
Former chief minister Digvijaya Singh was initially very active, but now, he is out of action.
Both Congress and BJP are trying to woo each other’s leaders.
At a time when people are facing financial difficulties due to Covid-19 crisis, spiraling fuel prices has added to their burden. The pinc...Read More
Seat-wise pan being chalked out
The thrust would be on whether the people want the poor governance of Kamal Nath again or the rule of Shivraj government.
The leader claimed that CM Chouhan had himself accepted that they had toppled the government.
The bypolls to the 24 assembly constituencies in Madhya Pradesh are not only crucial for the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party, but also for ...Read More
Patel’s statement may kick up a storm before the by-elections of 24 Vidhan Sabha seats in the state.
Earlier, Kamal Nath had demanded a special relief package only for priests of temples that had earned ire from all minority communities.
By NITENDRA SHARMA
BSP has declared that it will contest by-polls
State Congress media coordinator Narendra Saluja said belongings of Nath are being shifted to his old bungalow, which is next to CM House.