The government has changed in Madhya Pradesh after a long political stir. Former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh were getting threats on the phone continuously for the last four-five days. After that Digvijay Singh has stopped the phone.
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Congress leader Digvijay Singh has tweeted about the threats being received on the phone and wrote that these are the phone calls which have been bothering me for 4/5 days. I sent a complaint to the DGP of MP. I also spoke to the service provider, but they are not stopping. Sadly in this condition, I have to close my mobile number. Digvijay Singh further said that I will be available in Bhopal only in the midst of Corona crisis. He has shared some landline numbers of his residence on Twitter. It is also written that you can contact me on these numbers. However, there has been no response from the Bhopal Police to Digvijay Singh's complaint.
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Digvijay Singh is currently a Rajya Sabha MP of Congress from Madhya Pradesh. His term is ending on April 9. For the second time too, the party has made him a candidate. Voting was to be held for the Rajya Sabha elections on 26 March, but due to the lock-down, the Election Commission has postponed it. No new date has been announced by the Election Commission yet.
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