Kamal Nath said in the birthday cake case, ‘I don’t need to give clarification..’, the public knows everything – न्यूज़लीड India

Kamal Nath said in the birthday cake case, ‘I don’t need to give clarification..’, the public knows everything



In the pre-birthday celebration of former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath, there was a lot of ruckus over the shape of the cake. Kamal Nath gave his first reaction on the birthday. Said that I do not need to clarify on this matter, the public knows what is right and what is wrong. He said that BJP has no other issues left, so it is raising such issues.

The cake case of former MP Chief Minister and PCC Chief Kamal Nath created a huge furore from Chhindwara to Bhopal and then to the capital Delhi. A day before the birthday of Kamal Nath, there was a barrage of statements from the BJP throughout the day. Various reactions were expressed on social media. But Kamal Nath remained silent. The next day he broke his silence and said that there is no need to explain much in this matter. BJP has no other issue left, so by raising such matters, it wants to bake its political breads.

In fact, just three days before his birthday, Kamal Nath had cut a cake at his bungalow in Shikarpur in Chhindwara, his home district. This cake was brought by Kirtish Sudhanshu, the founder of Kirtish Care Foundation. The cake had the shape of a temple and Hanuman ji’s photo on it. When this cake was cut, someone made a video of it and made it viral on social media. After which Kamal Nath got embroiled in controversy. However, Kirtish Sudhanshu, who organized this pre-birthday celebration, has also apologised. He said that the shape of the cake was wrong but the sentiment was right. Meanwhile, effigies of Kamal Nath were also burnt in many parts of the state including Jabalpur. Some religious leaders even gave the name of Ravana to Kamal Nath, describing it as an act that hurt religious sentiments.

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