‘Hey Nath..why so far away from Yaduvanshis’, Narottam Mishra took a dig at Kamal Nath – न्यूज़लीड India

‘Hey Nath..why so far away from Yaduvanshis’, Narottam Mishra took a dig at Kamal Nath


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Published: Saturday, November 12, 2022, 15:28 [IST]

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Even before the entry of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in Madhya Pradesh, the Congress has started the work of locating senior leaders on the pretext of the yatra. Kamal Nath has replaced senior leader Arun Yadav and made independent Surendra Singh Shera travel in-charge for the India Jodo Yatra. Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra has asked the current state president Kamal Nath after removing former Congress president Arun Yadav after making him travel in-charge, ‘Tell me so much that why there is such a distance from the Yaduvanshis.’

Home Minister Narottam Mishra

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Narottam Mishra has said that the Congress has always been humiliating the tribal and OBC leaders and killing their rights. Insulting senior Congress leader Arun Yadav in this way is not a new thing for Congress. There is a whole history of insulting leaders. Earlier, Arun Yadav’s Lok Sabha ticket was cut off at the last moment, while he was preparing to contest elections for a long time. Earlier, Congress had done injustice to his father Subhash Yadav as well, he was a strong contender to become the Chief Minister. The majority of the MLAs were also with him but Digvijay Singh was made the Chief Minister in his place.

The Home Minister said that the Congress has done injustice to the OBC class till date. Till date, Congress has not made a single OBC person the CM of the state. Even the leader of the opposition was not made. Injustice has been done not only to the OBCs but also to the tribal class till date. Self. Mrs. Jamuna Devi, Shivbhanu Singh Solanki and many other leaders are examples of this.

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Home Minister Narottam Mishra Congress Kamal Nath Bharat Jodo Yatra

Story first published: Saturday, November 12, 2022, 15:28 [IST]

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