After calling himself a dog, BJP's Jyotirditya Scindia had a slip of tongue and ended up seeking votes for Congress while campaigning for BJP's Imarti Devi in Dabra on Saturday.
In a video posted by MP Congress, Scindia can be heard saying, 'Mutthi bandhkar vishwas dilao ki tin tarikh ko hath ke panje wala button dabega (Make a fist and assure me that the 'claw' button will be pressed on the November 3).'
Scindia was campaigning in Dabra for his party ahead of the bye-elections in Madhya Pradesh on November 3.
The video was widely shared on social media.
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In another viral video, Scindia alleged that former Chief Minister Kamal Nath had called him a “dog”. “Yes, I am a dog, and my owner is the public,” Scindia said.
Scindia quit the Congress in March with 22 MLAs loyal to him, which brought down the Nath-led government in the state. Bypolls to a total of 28 seats in the state will be held on November 3.