In an exclusive interview to IndiaTV, Kamal Nath dismissed any rumours of being a Chief Minister candidate, saying it would be finalised by the party president after December 11.
Taking a swipe at Prime Minister Narendra Modi for saying Congress a party of confused, Nath asserted he would not comment on the issue keeping the reputation of PM's post in mind and Modi has stooped to such a low level.
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Replying to a question on unfulfilled promises of the Madhya Pradesh government, he said the government had failed to provide jobs to youth, relief from debt to farmers and security to women.
"Modi has failed to deliver on his promises and he doesn't have issues except cursing Rahul gandhi to highlight in his campaigns," said Kamal Nath.