MP: Jyotiraditya Scindia staging silent protest against Kamal Nath's controversial statement
MP: Jyotiraditya Scindia staging silent protest against Kamal Nath's controversial statement

Indore: Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Kamal Nath had made a controversial statement on Minister Imarti Devi. Now, with the same statement, the atmosphere in politics is hot. Meanwhile, Jyotiraditya Scindia has sat on a silent protest in Indore against Kamal Nath's statement. On the last day, Kamal Nath had called Imarti Devi an item and since his statement, BJP leaders are attacking Kamal Nath.

Not only Jyotiraditya Scindia but all the big leaders and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan are staging a protest and have reacted to Kamal Nath's disputed statement. CM Shivraj in Bhopal and BJP state president BD Sharma at Gwalior are on a silent vow. On the other hand, BJP officials and activists across the state have staged a silent protest. This silent vow has been kept for 2 hours. Not only that, but the BJP has also complained to the election commission about Kamal Nath's remarks. The BJP is currently demanding from the election commission to ban Kamal Nath's campaigning program after the remark. Many Congress leaders have also been reacting to Kamal Nath's statement.

The Congress has said that Kamal Nath never took Imarti Devi's name. The BJP is doing poor politics in view of by-election. Listening to Kamal Nath's statement, Shivraj Singh Chouhan tweeted and said, "Kamal Nath Ji! Imarti Devi is the name of the daughter of the poor farmer who started by doing wages in the village and is today cooperating in nation-building as a public servant. Congress called me 'hungry-naked ' and for a woman, you again exposed your feudalistic thinking by using a word like ' item".

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