During the rallies in Madhya Pradesh, which is set to host elections on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah pointed guns at Congressmen Digvijaya Singh and Kamal Nath, saying that they are the reason for bringing the state closer to a dark age. Shah spoke at five open rallies in one day, demonstrating the Bharatiya Janata Party’s rage in trying to hold onto control of the state.
He conducted two public rallies in Guna and one each in Vidisha, Ashoknagar, and Datia. Shah prayed at the Maa Pitambara temple as well. 230-member Madhya Pradesh assembly votes are scheduled for November 17. The results will be announced on December 3rd. As the party elections go into the last stages of its campaign, PM Narendra Modi spoke as well at a rally in Barwani State.
The Prime Minister questioned whether they should be concealing the proceeds of crime under their mattress if they are honest, hard-earned money, pointing out the goes on crime that have been disclosed in Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan through the numerous central investigation organizations. Pay attention to the way that mountains of notes obtained via the Congress’s ‘kaali kamai’ are being discovered on a daily basis in Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan. Is this white money earned in the right way? If so, what is the purpose of hiding it beneath the mattress? He asked.
According to Prime Minister Modi, the election will define Madhya Pradesh’s “brilliant future” and will encompass more than just the battle between the Congress and BJP. “It will decide MP’s promising future. It is the leaders of Congress who have forced the state into a deep, dark hole. The BJP, on the other hand, is the party that has rescued MP from obscurity.
The Union Minister also attacked the Congress in this same moment, claiming that it was impeding the building of the Ram Temple. In Vidisha, Shah criticized the Congress and the India bloc sternly, asserting that the latter failed to provide any assurances in Madhya Pradesh, which is about to go to polls.
There is nothing these Members of Congress and members of the INDI Alliance can do to help the MP. Congress has currently provided five promises. In the past nine years, Modi ji has kept his promises. I would like to know from Kamal Nath how much money the Sonia Gandhi-Manmohan Singh government gave to the MP over the span of the UPA’s ten years as the ruling party at the Center. They gave MP Rs 2 lakh crore from 2004 to 2014; in nine years, Modi ji raised it to Rs 6 lakh 35 thousand crores. Additionally, Rs 5 lakh crore was given for various schemes, according to Shah.
When 22 current Congress MLAs resigned and joined the BJP in March 2021, led by Jyotiraditya Scindia, the Kamal Nath government fell. After that, Shivraj Singh Chouhan became the chief minister, and the BJP formed the government.