Madhya Pradesh Residence Minister Narottam Mishra on Monday took a jibe at former Chief Minister Kamal Nath for allegedly calling the ‘dying anniversary’ of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi his “start anniversary”, and mentioned that age issue had taken a toll on him (Kamal Nath).
“Clearly, age issue has taken a toll on Kamal Nath as he’s calling the dying anniversary of Rajiv Gandhi ji as ‘start anniversary’,” Mr Mishra mentioned whereas chatting with reporters on Monday.
Congress chief Kamal Nath made the fake pas whereas addressing a program organised on the Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) workplace within the state capital Bhopal on the dying anniversary of former PM Rajiv Gandhi on Sunday (Might 21).
Mr Mishra additional slammed Mr Nath for the bulletins of the Congress occasion forward of the meeting polls in Madhya Pradesh scheduled later this 12 months.
“The bulletins which Nath is making can be forgotten by the point the elections come,” the house minister mentioned, including that typically Mr Nath known as the proceedings of the state meeting nonsense and a lady chief an “merchandise”.
The Congress chief had made an “merchandise” comment at BJP chief Imarti Devi in Dabra through the 2020 bypolls. He was campaigning for Congress candidate Suresh Raje and Ms Devi too was contesting on the BJP ticket from Dabra.
Mr Mishra additional attacked Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind president Maulana Arshad Madani and known as him an adviser of Congress.
Mr Madani on Sunday mentioned that if the Congress had banned the right-wing organisation 70 years in the past, the nation wouldn’t have been ruined.
“All such Maulanas are the advisors of the Congress. It has turn into evident whose recommendation Congress is following,” Mr Mishra mentioned.
In the meantime, the house minister additionally reacted over the Congress criticising the act of Papua New Guinea (PNG) Prime Minister James Marape of touching Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s toes.
“I wish to ask Congress leaders and I wish to ask Kamal Nath too. When will you (Congressman) perceive that there’s a distinction between the nation and the occasion? In the present day, the entire nation felt proud when the President of America requested for an autograph from our Prime Minister. When the Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea bowed down and touched PM Modi’s toes. The prime minister doesn’t belong to any occasion, he belongs to the nation,” Mr Mishra added.
“However not a single Congressman has given an excellent response on it. Criticism is sweet on the premise of deserves and demerits however the Congress occasion criticises solely by considering politically. The mentality of the Congress has been lowered to occasion politics solely,” he added.
PM Modi arrived in PNG on Sunday and on the airport, Prime Minister James Marape touched his toes and sought his blessings.
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