Congress president Rahul Gandhi, on Tuesday, admitted that he got confused on Monday and by mistake dragged the name of Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s son in Panama Papers case.
“There is so much corruption in the BJP that yesterday I got confused. MP CM is not involved in Panama Papers, he has done e-tendering and Vyapam scams,” said Gandhi on his earlier remark that MP CM's son was named in Panama papers.
BJP mein itna brashtachaar hai ki main kal confuse ho gaya tha. Madhya Pradesh ke CM ne Panama nahi kiya unhone to e tendering aur vyapam scam kiye hain: Rahul Gandhi on his earlier remark that MP CM's son was named in Panama papers (file pic) #MadhyaPradesh pic.twitter.com/wzqWm4vQQk— ANI (@ANI) October 30, 2018
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While commenting on who will be the CM candidate for the state, Congress president said that it will be decided by the people.
He also attacked PM and said, "Modi is a corrupt man. It is an open and shut case".
In reply to another question he said that the Congress government will improve the GST and make it more meaningful.
He also said that except one or two, those who have come from outside will not going to get the ticket.
Meanwhile, MP CM has demanded an apology from the Congress president for his Panama Papers comment.
Rahul Gandhi is on a two-day tour of poll-bound Madhya Pradesh (MP).
In MP, where elections are scheduled to be held on November 28, the Congress has been struggling to oust the ruling Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) from power for the last 15 years.
On Tuesday, Gandhi will interact with news editors and the business community in two separate programmes at Indore, the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh. He will later address public meetings at Dhar and Khargone.
On Tuesday evening, the Congress chief would address a public meeting at Mhow after offering tribute at the memorial of Dalit icon B R Ambedkar's birthplace. Mhow, about 23 km from Indore, is the birthplace of Ambedkar.
Gandhi began canvassing in Madhya Pradesh last month by offering prayers at the famous Kamta Nath temple in Satna district's Chitrakoot town.
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(With inputs from agencies)