Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Ahead of MP polls, Digvijaya Singh claims he doesn't attend rallies because his speeches cost Congress votes






Congress leader and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Digvijaya Singh created a relevance a speculated 'gag order' on him from the Congress party, locution that he "must refrain from giving speeches or creating comments" because it ends up in losing votes for the party.

CNN-News18 reported  that the cuckold chief minister of the state aforesaid in Bhopal that he has been asked to not speak on any issue by the Congress party. He conjointly aforesaid that party employees should support the candidate "even if it's AN enemy". consistent with the report, Singh has been thought of as a threat to votes in favour of the Congress, previous the crucial Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls.

"Jisko price ticket mile, chahe dushman KO mile, jitao. Aur mera kaam kewal ek, koi prachar nahi, koi bhashan nahi. Mere bhashan dene se toh Congress ke vote Arabian tea te hain, isliye main jata nahi (Whoever gets the price ticket, although it’s AN enemy, we must always create him win. I solely have one work; no promotion, no speeches. Congress loses votes with my speeches, that is why I don’t attend rallies),” Singh was quoted as locution by thejas.


Earlier this month, Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) chief Mayawati had defendant Singh of being "an agent of the BJP" ANd refused an alliance with the Congress, asserting the BSP's call to fight the elections on its own. She said, "Congress leaders like Digvijaya Singh don't want for a Congress-BSP alliance. they're petrified of agencies like ED and CBI. Digvijaya, United Nations agency is additionally a BJP agent, is giving statements that Mayawati terrorist group is below heaps of pressure from the Centre, thus she doesn’t need this alliance. this is often unwarranted."

The BSP chief created it clear that her party can fight the coming elections in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, and Chhattisgarh either on its own or with native parties' support.

Singh denied Mayawati's claims of sabotage. In response to Mayawati's comments, Singh said, "I respect her. we are going to be terribly happy if we've AN alliance with the Bahujan Samaj Party. At the national level, I even have continuously supported the thought that every one parties critical the BJP-RSS ideology ought to close to defeat them."

In July, Singh was excluded from the party's necessary Congress operating Committee (CWC) meeting, that was presided over by party president Rahul Gandhi. consistent with reports, the exclusion was a sign of the senior party leader being sidelined.


Over the last 2 years, Digvijaya — the two-term chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, had bit by bit been unbroken at a distance because of his oblique remarks that embarrassed the party and conjointly his under-performance once it came to serving to the party's winning prospects within the states wherever he was created in-charge.



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