Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra has made a fresh statement on the toolkill issue. Recently, he said, "A few days ago, we heard fake statements on Arvind Kejriwal's Indian version and Singapore. He (Kamal Nath) is also calling it indian COVID. It is certain that Kamal Nath has a connection with the toolkit". At the same time, he had said about the honeytrap case that "it is Kamal Nathji's displeased to make false statements. I say, if they have any evidence of a honeytrap case, they should present it".
Let us tell all of you that BJP spokesperson Sambit Patra, citing a toolkit, had last Tuesday alleged that the Congress has tried to humiliate and defame India all over the world for its political interests when the entire country is fighting the epidemic during corona. As soon as the Congress came to know about it, they had accused the BJP of calling it fake. Not only that, the BJP was also agitated over Kamal Nath's honey trap statement. In fact, last Friday, the BJP had accused senior Congress leader Kamal Nath and demanded legal action.
In fact, it was said that he had openly violated the constitutional oath of office and secrecy by saying that he had the pen drive of the notorious honey trap scandal that came to light during his stay as chief minister. Recently State unit president Vishnu Dutt Sharma said, "Kamal Nath in his latest statement has categorically violated the constitutional oath of office and secrecy by saying that he has the pen drive of the honey trap scanda. They should be prosecuted on charges of tampering with evidence of the case and blackmailing (footage of those captured in pen drives)".