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Kamal Nath refuses to return to center, says- will remain responsible for Congress central organization in MP


Reacting to the speculations being made about returning to the central politics of the Congress, Kamalnath said, ‘If I will be asked to fulfill any responsibility on behalf of the All India Congress Committee, then I will keep this responsibility even in Madhya Pradesh Can play

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  • Last Updated:February 21, 2021, 9:27 PM IST

Indore. Former Chief Minister and senior Congress leader Kamalnath has dismissed speculation of distance from the politics of Madhya Pradesh (Madhya Pradesh Politics) in the coming days to return to the politics of the Center. However, he also said that he is able to fulfill any responsibility received from the central organization of the Congress by staying in the state itself. Please tell that Kamal Nath is currently holding the dual responsibility of the President of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee and Leader of Opposition in the Assembly.

Since the death of Ahmed Patel, one of the top Congress strategists and troublemakers, there has been constant speculation that Kamal Nath may be given some important responsibility in the central organization of the party to fill this space. Asked for feedback on these speculations, Kamal Nath told the media on Sunday, “I have already made it clear that I am not going to go anywhere except Madhya Pradesh.”

Along with this, he also immediately said, ‘If I will be asked to fulfill any responsibility on behalf of the All India Congress Committee, then I can fulfill this responsibility by staying in Madhya Pradesh also.’

Let me tell you that Kamal Nath, who has been at the center of politics for a long time in Delhi, was made the chairman of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee a few months before the Madhya Pradesh assembly elections held in November 2018. He became the Chief Minister of the state after the victory of the Congress in these elections. At the behest of Jyotiraditya Scindia, who joined BJP from Congress in March 2020, 22 rebel MLAs of Congress resigned from the assembly and joined BJP. After this, the then Kamal Nath government had to lose power. Soon after, the BJP returned to power in the state under the leadership of Shivraj Singh Chauhan.



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