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Kamal Nath Should Stop Calling Himself Immaculate: Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Shivraj Singh Chouhan says Kamal Nath did not do any work for farmers throughout his regime. (File)

Bhopal/Morena:

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan right now took a dig at Congress chief Kamal Nath over his “bedaag” (spotless) declare and mentioned that he can not wash away his stains even when he makes use of washing powder.

“Kamal Nath says he is immaculate but stains are deep and faces are exposed. Even if he uses washing powder from anywhere in the world those stains cannot be washed away… that’s why he should stop calling himself immaculate,” Mr Chouhan mentioned in Hindi.

Addressing a ballot rally in Morena, the Chief Minister mentioned that Kamal Nath didn’t do any work for farmers throughout his regime.

“Kamal Nath remained chief minister over a year but he never cared about farmers. My government did a record purchase of wheat and left Punjab behind. Registrations for purchase of millet has begun and 22,723 farmers have registered,” he added.

He mentioned that his authorities eliminated the ban on recruitment that was imposed by the Kamal Nath-led authorities.

“Kamal Nath had put a ban on recruitment, I removed that ban. We will provide government jobs to people as much as we can. People should tell if Congress has done work to get your vote… Congress has no interest in development,” Mr Chouhan added.

Voting on 28 meeting seats in Madhya Pradesh bypolls will happen on November three and the outcomes might be declared on November 10.

By-elections are due on 28 seats following the resignation of 25 MLAs and the demise of three legislators earlier.

In March this yr, 22 Congress MLAs resigned from the state Assembly paving the way in which for BJP’s Shivraj Singh Chouhan to take over as Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister for the fourth time.

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