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Chunav Manch: MP Home Minister Narottam Mishra slams Congress, accuses party of plundering public

Chunav Manch: Narottam Mishra highlighted the BJP's comprehensive preparations for the elections, emphasising their commitment to good governance, development, and the welfare of the people of Madhya Pradesh.

Nitin Kumar Edited By: Nitin Kumar @Niitz1 Bhopal Updated on: October 16, 2023 14:35 IST
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Image Source : INDIA TV Madhya Pradesh's Home Minister Narottam Mishra speaks during India TV's Chunav Manch.

Chunav Manch: With the Madhya Pradesh state elections approaching on November 17th and the results due on December 3rd, the political atmosphere in the state has reached its zenith. India TV, along with its popular program Chunav Manch, has been scrutinising party preparations and assessing the political climate in the state. During this event, Madhya Pradesh's Home Minister, Narottam Mishra, launched a scathing attack on the Congress and Kamal Nath.

At the India TV Chunav Manch daylong conclave here, Mishra was asked why BJP did not project any chief ministerial candidate this time. He replied: "All the faces are faces of our big leaders. We have already posted pictures of those faces on our 'rath' (election chariots). This is Bharatiya Janata Party and here we work under collective leadership. We have projected our collective leadership before the people and have hidden nothing."

On persistent questioning about the chief ministerial face, Mishra said: "Our leadership will give you the answer. Narottam cannot reply to this. This is the prerogative of our parliamentary board. The board will decide."

In the interview, Narottam Mishra challenged Rahul Gandhi or any Congress leader to join in a "shaashtrartha" (religious debate) on Vedas, Upanishads and Mahabharat. He alleged that Rahul has no idea about Upanishads. "I challenge him to recite even one shloka correctly from the Upanishads", he added. 

Mishra said, Congress state chief Kamal Nath was living in "a dreamworld", and the party is active only on social media. "On the ground level, the Congress workers are fragmented. When Kamal Nath became leader of opposition, 42 MLAs deserted the party. Kamal Nath has not taken a single district or division level party workers' meeting during his tenure."

Mishra expressed that the people of Madhya Pradesh had already witnessed Congress' style of governance during Digvijaya Singh's tenure. He claimed that those who hadn't seen it then had the opportunity to witness Kamal Nath's misrule. Mishra emphasised that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) forms a government to serve the people, while Congress comes to loot the public. He stated that the Congress had indulged in so much corruption in just 15 months that it would take a considerable amount of time to list all the instances.

In a recent segment of "Chunav Manch," a high-profile platform for political discussions and analysis, Madhya Pradesh's Home Minister, Narottam Mishra, offered insights into the Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) outlook and strategies for the forthcoming Madhya Pradesh state elections.

With election fervor gripping the state, the political landscape of Madhya Pradesh has become increasingly dynamic, setting the stage for a high-stakes contest. During his appearance on the show, Home Minister Narottam Mishra delved into the BJP's vision and expectations for the polls.

Mishra highlighted the BJP's comprehensive preparations for the elections, emphasising their commitment to good governance, development, and the welfare of the people of Madhya Pradesh. He pointed out that the BJP's focus has been on delivering results and ensuring that the state continues on its path of progress.

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