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Digvijaya Singh had said he wants to meet MLAs, who are his "voters" for the Rajya Sabha polls in Madhya Pradesh and will stay here till he meets them. Claiming that Singh had come to the city, as he got a message from few rebel MLAs, Shivakumar asked: "Why is police blocking, they don't have any right to block, they are blocking the right of a candidate."
Madhya Pradesh political crisis: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh flew into Bengaluru from Bhopal to meet the rebel lawmakers, also alleged that the local police were not allowing him to meet his own party legislators.
Digvijaya Singh had arrived at the Kempegowda International Airport in Bengaluru early Wednesday and was received by the newly-appointed president of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) and former Karnataka minister DK Shivakumar.
Congress leader, Digvijaya Singh amid political turmoil in Madhya Pradesh said that resignations of 19 MLAs were brought to BJP MLA and they axpect us to accept it.
In the wake of allegations against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of holding back few MLAs against their will at a hotel in Gurugram
Former Madhya Pradesh chief minister and senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on March 02 said that BJP is engaged in horse-trading in Madhya Pradesh.
While addressing a public gathering in Madhya Pradesh's Indore on February 15, the former general secretary of All India Congress Committee (AICC) and veteran party leader Digvijaya Singh spoke about Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
Posters not to allow Digvijaya Singh to enter temple spotted in Bhopal. Recently, Congress leader Digvijay Singh gave a controversial statement on saints
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh said that today people are wearing saffron clothes and raping, rapes are happening inside temples, is this our religion? Even god will not forgive them.
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh on Friday accused the BJP government at the Centre of implementing the "Gujarat Model of Governance" where innocents are framed in "false" cases. Singh said former finance minister and party colleague P Chidambaram, arrested in the INX Media corruption case and lodged in Tihar jail, has been falsely implicated.
Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has fired yet another controversial remark. He claimed that non-Muslims are spying for Pakistan's premier intelligence agency - the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), more than Muslims.
During a debate in Rajya Sabha on the amendment in the anti-terror law Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Amendment Bill, 2019, (UAPA), Singh asked Shah not to act with "political motives" while being a home minister. He commented Shah occupies the post which was once held by Vallabhbhai Patel and he should act like a statesman.
Seer Bairagyanand Giri, who announced he would opt for 'samadhi' (live burial) after Congress leader Digvijaya Singh lost the Lok Sabha election to BJP's Sadhvi Pragya contrary to his prophecy, was on Friday denied permission by the administration to end his life voluntarily.
"These are fake people. The people know everything. They know the difference between a saint and the devil,” Thakur said when asked about her opponent.
Digvijaya Singh has been fielded by the Congress party from the Bhopal Lok Sabha constituency against Malegaon blasts-accused Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur.
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Congress leader Digvijaya Singh performs 'pooja' in the presence of Computer Baba
Bhopal is considered as BJP’s stronghold for the last 30 years as the Congress has not tasted victory here since 1989.
Singh said that Modi and his ministers levelled several allegations against him and even expressed their intentions of filing a sedition case.
Speaking to reporters here, the former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister said: "I am not raising any question over the IAF's operation. But this is the era of technology. It is possible to find out any picture of an open area via satellite. We should give evidence like America informed the whole world about Osama bin Laden."