Kamal Nath asking Congress workers to ‘set fire’ over farmers protest, video viral
Kamal Nath asking Congress workers to ‘set fire’ over farmers protest, video viral

Bhopal: The issue of Congress toolkits is currently being raised across the country. Now, a video of former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath is going viral amidst all this. In this video, Kamal Nath can be heard asking Congress workers to "set fire" to the farmers' issue. The video is 20 seconds and has been released by the BJP unit in Madhya Pradesh. In fact, in this video, Kamal Nath is seen addressing Congress workers at a virtual meeting.


In the meeting, Kamal Nath asked Congress workers to fight for the justice of farmers. This is the right time to set fire. You can hear Kamal Nath told Congress workers in the video, 'You people have to set fire. I said this is a chance to set fire. Justice should be done to the farmers and the other thing is to set fire to it'. However, this video of Kamal Nath has been shared by BJP President VD Sharma and shared with caption, "Kamal Nathji, what have you done except to set fire to your entire life? Even on the decision taken in the interest of the farmers, you are misleading them and inciting fire. You have nothing to do with public interest, you just have to do politics. You should be ashamed".

You all must be aware that the Farmers' Movement has been going on on the Delhi border for the last six months. It can be said that this movement is a political movement and the Congress fuelled the agitation to defame the Central Government. Several Khalistani supporters like Deep Sidhu and Khalsa Aid were also active in the movement.

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