Digvijay became 'Ram' and Scindia was seen stabbing Kamal Nath in the back, Congress put up a controversial poster in Gwalior"
Digvijay became 'Ram' and Scindia was seen stabbing Kamal Nath in the back, Congress put up a controversial poster in Gwalior
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Gwalior: In view of the 2023 assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh, the politics of Gwalior-Chambal region is already heating up. The war of rhetoric between Congress and Scindia has now come on the poster. Congress has put up a controversial poster in front of Scindia Mahal Jaivilas Palace. In the poster, Scindia is seen stabbing Kamal Nath in the back. However, Scindia's face and the BJP's garland around his neck have been blurred.

In the same poster, former CM Digvijay Singh is seen shooting arrows in Ram's posture. On the other hand, Leader of Opposition Govind Singh is seen in the role of Laxman with arrows on the bow. At the top of the poster, former minister Sajjan Singh has become Hanuman and has brought Sanjeevani. It is written in it - There is a relationship with traitors and comes to stabbing. It is written towards the Congress that loyalty is related to arrows.
 
In the same situation, within 15 days, twice Kamal Nath, twice Digvijay Singh, Leader of Opposition Govind Singh, other leaders have come. Everyone has attacked Scindia verbally, but now the matter has gone from verbal attack to poster war. Now Congress is campaigning calling Scindia a traitor. Congress leader Siddharth Singh Rajawat has put this controversial poster on the wall outside the same palace. He is a staunch anti-Scindia. Earlier, after Scindia joined BJP, he had put up posters of missing and missing on the wall of the palace. Not only this, he had also announced a reward for the one who found him.

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