Assembly elections are due in the BJP-ruled state next year. Congress general secretary Digvijay Singh will pass through 110 Assembly constituencies in Madhya Pradesh and 20 Assembly constituencies in Gujarat during his journey.
Digvijaya Singh also attacked Union minister Hansraj Ahir for criticising BJP MP Varun Gandhi who has advocated shelter to the refugees in India after security vetting.
“The Congress will have to publicly apologise for the filthy abuse of its front-ranking leaders who in the wake of repeated electoral drubbings have degenerated into abusive trolls on the social media,” said G V L Narasimha Rao.
The new Bill, once passed by Parliament, will give the Commission powers equivalent to that of a civil court. It will be able to summon any person, ask for a document or public record, and receive evidence on affidavits.
In the aftermath of the Goa fiasco, some Congress legislators, including Vishwajeet Rane, Jeniffer Monserratte, Aleixo Reginaldo Lourenco to name a few, had blamed the party leadership for frittering away the opportunity to form government.
“Unity in diversity is the biggest strength of our country, but several efforts are being made to destroy it. However, there has been no reaction from the BJP, which indicates that there is a silent approval of the government,” said Singh
Singh said it is the BJP’s right to nominate its candidate but the party did not even take NDA ally Shiv Sena into confidence.
Digvijay Singh said the prime minister usually initiates discussion to evolve unanimity for elections of the President.
Singh is now in charge of the party in Andhra and Telangana.
“we will work hard with people and win back their confidence once again,” said Singh
Digvijaya Singh supported the House action and said “why should anyone have problem in saying it (‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’)”.
A 169-page supplementary charge sheet was filed on Friday in the case which pertains to alleged irregularities in recruitment in the state Assembly Secretariat.
On November 28 last year, a bench led by the CJI had dismissed a clutch of petitions, filed by Congress general secretary Digvijaya Singh.
The petition stated that a whistleblower had produced incriminating material on alleged tampering of evidence by the Indore police to benefit Chouhan.
Singh also claimed that Narendra Modi and Arvind Kejriwal were engaged in a “noora kushti” (got-up fight) to hide the reality.