The politics of Madhya Pradesh remained hot throughout the day on Saturday due to the statement of former Chief Minister and Rajya Sabha member Digvijay Singh about the implementation of Article 370 in Jammu and Kashmir when he came to power on the chat app Club House. BJP leaders have reacted sharply to this statement. Many BJP leaders on Twitter termed the statement as a traitor to the country. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has sought an answer from Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi, terming this statement as a Pakistani mentality of Congress.
Now Congress is speaking the language of Pakistan again
Shivraj said in the video released on Twitter, Jammu and Kashmir are an integral part of India. It was Congress that committed the sin of imposing Article 370 there. Prime Minister Narendra Modi removed it. Now there are no two laws, two marks in the country. But, Congress is now speaking the language of Pakistan again. Will Congress again give shelter to separatism and terrorism?
Digvijay's statement is a traitor to the country: Sarang
State Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang said, Digvijay's statement comes under the category of traitor to the country. Such people do not have the right to live in the country. Congress is on the back foot on this statement of the party leader. Madhya Pradesh BJP President VD Sharma has written a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah. He has demanded an NIA inquiry into the activities of Congress leader Digvijay Singh.
State Congress President's media coordinator Narendra Saluja said, this is Digvijay Singh's personal statement. There has been no talk in this regard in the party. However, BJP is spreading lies on the basis of his old videos.
On the other hand, BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra asked whether the Congress party also has the same stand on this issue. Rahul Gandhi should clarify this soon. However, there is no response from Congress in this regard so far.
BJP's social media chief Amit Malviya shared a part of the clubhouse chat on Twitter, writing- 'In the clubhouse chat, Rahul Gandhi's top aide Digvijay Singh tells a Pakistani journalist that if Congress comes to power, he will write Will reconsider the decision to abrogate 370. really? This is what Pakistan wants…. National Conference chief Farooq Abdullah has thanked Digvijay Singh for raising the issue.
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