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Poster conflict between Congress and BJP erupts in MP forward of Assembly polls

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By Express News Service

BHOPAL: Posters accusing former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath of corruption surfaced in Bhopal on Friday sparking a confrontation between the Congress and the BJP.

The mysterious and ugly conflict of posters – 5 months earlier than the meeting polls within the state – began from the Manisha Market space in Bhopal, as QR Code posters bearing state Congress chief Kamal Nath’s photos and containing the title, ‘Wanted: Corruption Nath’ revived the reminiscences of Congress’s “PayCM” posters which have been pasted outdoors the BJP’s headquarters on the outskirts of Bengaluru, months earlier than the Karnataka meeting polls.

While the Congress accused the BJP of placing up the posters in Bhopal and Rewa districts to defame Kamal Nath, the state Congress chief himself stated that CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s makes an attempt to demean him will not fructify. “MP government is the most corrupt government in the country and Shivraj Singh Chouhan the most corrupt CM. No corruption accusations have been levelled against me in my long political career. I don’t need a certificate of honesty from the BJP government.”

Accusing the BJP of placing up the objectionable posters, Congress leaders led by ex-minister and native MLA PC Sharma reached the Chuna Bhatti police station of Bhopal and demanded {that a} police criticism be lodged within the matter. With police not lodging the criticism, the Congress group sat on dharna on the police station premises.

Denying any hand within the posters, the state BJP president VD Sharma stated, “We’ve nothing to do with these posters, it’s the result of the internal rift in the Congress. Maybe those youths who are fed up with the politics of the dynasty in the Congress have put up these posters. Instead of blaming us, the Congress should put its own house in order.”

Just a number of hours later, related objectionable posters of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, containing the title, ‘Shivraj Nahi Ghotala Raj’ appeared on the partitions at a number of places, together with near the Vallabh Bhawan, Satpura Bhawan, NO 5 Bus Stop and a shopping center.

While sustaining that the Congress had nothing to with the posters pasted at a number of places in Bhopal, state Congress’s media advisor Piyush Babele stated, “The common people have given befitting reply to the BJP, who had pasted the posters to demean our leader earlier in the day.”

BHOPAL: Posters accusing former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath of corruption surfaced in Bhopal on Friday sparking a confrontation between the Congress and the BJP.

The mysterious and ugly conflict of posters – 5 months earlier than the meeting polls within the state – began from the Manisha Market space in Bhopal, as QR Code posters bearing state Congress chief Kamal Nath’s photos and containing the title, ‘Wanted: Corruption Nath’ revived the reminiscences of Congress’s “PayCM” posters which have been pasted outdoors the BJP’s headquarters on the outskirts of Bengaluru, months earlier than the Karnataka meeting polls.

While the Congress accused the BJP of placing up the posters in Bhopal and Rewa districts to defame Kamal Nath, the state Congress chief himself stated that CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s makes an attempt to demean him will not fructify. “MP government is the most corrupt government in the country and Shivraj Singh Chouhan the most corrupt CM. No corruption accusations have been levelled against me in my long political career. I don’t need a certificate of honesty from the BJP government.”googletag.cmd.push(perform() googletag.show(‘div-gpt-ad-8052921-2’); );

Accusing the BJP of placing up the objectionable posters, Congress leaders led by ex-minister and native MLA PC Sharma reached the Chuna Bhatti police station of Bhopal and demanded {that a} police criticism be lodged within the matter. With police not lodging the criticism, the Congress group sat on dharna on the police station premises.

Denying any hand within the posters, the state BJP president VD Sharma stated, “We’ve nothing to do with these posters, it’s the result of the internal rift in the Congress. Maybe those youths who are fed up with the politics of the dynasty in the Congress have put up these posters. Instead of blaming us, the Congress should put its own house in order.”

Just a number of hours later, related objectionable posters of chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, containing the title, ‘Shivraj Nahi Ghotala Raj’ appeared on the partitions at a number of places, together with near the Vallabh Bhawan, Satpura Bhawan, NO 5 Bus Stop and a shopping center.

While sustaining that the Congress had nothing to with the posters pasted at a number of places in Bhopal, state Congress’s media advisor Piyush Babele stated, “The common people have given befitting reply to the BJP, who had pasted the posters to demean our leader earlier in the day.”

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