Former Congress minister and senior leader Sajjan Singh Verma (Jyotiraditya Scindia) has given an absurd statement on Jyotiraditya Scindia. He has said that Scindia is the biggest land mafia. Scindia did not miss getting the dog to his tomb.
- Last Updated:March 21, 2021, 10:04 AM IST
Former minister Sajjan Singh Verma, who reached Dewas, said that if there is any biggest land mafia, then he is Jyotiraditya Scindia. He did not leave even the tomb of the dog in Shivpuri. The dog’s tomb was also named after him. Thousands of acres of land in Shivpuri, which was in the name of the trust, got it done in his name. Where will we go with taking this much land?
Kamal Nath MLA can buy, but did not
On the occasion of Congress’ democracy honor day, Verma said that BJP workers are killers of democracy. 40 BJP MLAs are in contact with us, but where are they going to come without giving the goods. He said that former minister Kamal Nath has so much money that he could buy 40 MLAs, but he did not do so.Social Distancing Forgotten Congress
On Saturday, Congress took out the tricolor on the occasion of Democracy Honor Day. During this time, the Congress forgot to follow social distancing. Half of the workers involved in the yatra wore masks, while Adhaas did not. The journey was taken from the Bhopal intersection to the statue of Baba Saheb Ambedkar at Ujjain intersection via the main road MG Road.
Kamal Nath told Mann Ki Baat through video message
On the occasion of Congress’s honor day, former Chief Minister of the state, Kamal Nath released a video message. He said that incomplete words will be fulfilled if Congress comes to power. This government is a government of bargaining, it will not do much. Through this message, Kamal Nath gave a clear indication that the preparations of the Congress Party are in full swing for the 2023 election. 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. Yesterday, on the completion of 1 year after Kamal Nath lost the government, the Congress Party celebrated the Democracy Honor Day 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.