Amit Shah’s dig came after the Congress party decided to not announce any Chief ministerial face during the elections.
Shivpuri| As the Madhya Pradesh assembly polling date draws closer, the attacks between the political parties have started to intensify. On Saturday, BJP President Amit Shah asked Congress President Rahul Gandhi who is leading the party in the election period. He asked Rahul Gandhi to tell people who their ‘Senapati’ is in the Madhya Pradesh battle. Shah was addressing a rally in Shivpuri.
Talking about BJP, he said the party under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has decided to fight the election with Shivraj Chouhan as the CM candidate. “Hum, Narendra Modi ke netritva mein Shivraj Singh ko Mukhyamantri pad ka pratyashi bana kar lad rahe hain,” Shah said.
Amit Shah’s dig came after the Congress party decided to not announce any Chief ministerial face during the elections. Reportedly, there is an internal battle in the party among two factions of Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia.
Referring to the two CM contenders from Congress Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia, Shah said the party cannot win on the basis of a Raja (Rahul Gandhi), Maharaja (Jyotiraditya Scindia) and exhausted businessman (Kamal Nath).