Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath resigned on March 20 last year. With this, his 15-month government in Madhya Pradesh fell. Now Kamal Nath is again hoping that the government can return.
- Last Updated:March 20, 2021, 4:09 PM IST
In fact, on 20 March last year, the Kamal Nath government resigned. The 15-month government had collapsed with BJP MP Jyotiraditya Scindia due to the change of party of MLAs. Today, on the completion of 1 year of Kamal Nath’s government sacking, the Congress Party celebrated the Lok Sabha Samman Diwas in the entire state. Hundreds of leaders and workers were present in the state Congress office on this occasion, including Congress leaders Digvijay Singh and Suresh Pachauri. Congress leaders read out the Preamble of the Constitution on this occasion.
Digvijay Singh gave a new slogan
At the same time, former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh also said on the occasion of democracy honor day held in the state Congress office that when the constitution of the country was made, the RSS had done the work of burning that constitution. Such people have never been advocates of the country. It is important to fight to save democracy. Sangh and BJP workers campaign from village to village. The vote will be given to anyone, but the government will be made by the BJP. BJP buys elected public opinion BJP has made policies similar to industrialists. Kamal Nath government had taken many public interest decisions in 15 months. On the occasion of democracy honor program, Digvijay gave the slogan ‘Save BJP, save democracy’Police fighters
After the celebration of Loktantra Samman Diwas in the state Congress office, the police stopped the Congress workers by putting barricades on them to offer flowers on the statue of Mahatma Gandhi. The workers were insisting on moving forward and during this time there was a fierce clash between the worker and the police. Many Congress workers were arrested. After the permission of the police, some leaders including Digvijay Singh were allowed to go to the statue of Mahatma Gandhi by car. Here Congress leaders, including Digvijay Singh, offered flowers to Mahatma Gandhi.