Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath Thursday pronounced authorised movement should be taken opposite BJP’s Bhopal claimant Pragya Singh Thakur for job Mahatma Gandhi’s torpedo Nathuram Godse a “patriot”.
He pronounced her matter reflected a BJP’s approach of thinking.
“Now BJP will reject it. But this is BJP’s aged style. First it creates a leaders give argumentative matter and after condemns it. The people of a republic contingency take cognizance of this. This shows a turn of smirch in their thinking,” Nath told reporters.
Expressing exasperation over Thakur’s remark, he said, “Legal movement should be taken opposite her for saying so about a father of a nation.”
Thakur is contesting a Lok Sabha polls opposite former arch apportion and Congress claimant Digvijay Singh.
Nath also questioned Election Commission’s preference to cut brief a debate duration in West Bengal.
“This preference is a outcome of a tie-up between a Centre and a EC. The statute BJP should acknowledge that it has a agreement with a domestic parties as good as a EC,” he said.
Referring to former MP arch apportion Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s allegations that a Congress has unsuccessful to do a critical guarantee of waiving farmers’ loans, he said, “I don’t need a certificate from Shivraj Singh on a issue, though we need it from a people of a state.