What is our fault if the groom runs away before the wedding: MPCM on withdrawal of Congress candidate in Indore Latest News India


INDORE, Slamming the Congress for the last-minute withdrawal of its Indore Lok Sabha seat candidate, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Mohan Yadav has said it is his party's fault if the “groom ran away before the wedding”. do not have.

What is our fault if the groom runs away before the wedding: MPCM on withdrawal of Congress candidate in Indore

The Congress in Indore suffered a setback when its candidate Akshay Kanti Bam withdrew the April 29 deadline to withdraw his nomination and later joined the Bharatiya Janata Party.

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“The Congress claimed that the BJP did something wrong in Indore. What was our fault? It is like inviting the entire village to a wedding feast and the bridegroom running away before the wedding ceremony,” Yadav hit out at the BJP. said in an election campaign in Baitma near Here on Saturday

The Chief Minister said that the opposition party, which has no candidate in the field for the May 13 polls in Indore, is insulting democracy by appealing to local voters to press the NOTA button.

He said that if someone's child runs away from home, whose fault is it, it is your children, you should take care of them.

Yadav also participated in a road show in Indore city in support of BJP candidate and sitting MP Shankar Lalwani.

Describing the opposition India bloc as a “Ghamandiya” coalition, Yadav evoked the epic Ramayana and the city of Lanka, the capital of his arch-villain Ravana.

“These arrogant people were born 1.7 million years ago in Lanka during the time of Lord Rama. Due to the bankruptcy of their intellect, they disguised themselves as saffron to abduct Sita,” the chief minister said during the roadshow. said

Calling on voters to reject the Congress's appeal to opt for NOTA, he said, “Mother Sita made the mistake of crossing the 'Lakshman Rekha', but the people of Indore must resolve that no matter what Laxman will not cross the Rekha in the situation.”

Criticizing Indore-based state Congress president Jitu Patwari, Yadav said Patwari was afraid of contesting the Lok Sabha polls after he was defeated by BJP candidate Madhav Verma in the district's Rao seat in last year's assembly elections. .

On the other hand, even some 80-year-old Congress leaders were contesting elections.

Citing the Congress's abandonment of the Khajuraho Lok Sabha constituency to the Samajwadi Party as part of the seat-sharing deal, Yadav claimed that it showed the Congress was scared of the polls.

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