Madhya Pradesh by-election: CM Kamal Nath lashed out at BJP's 15-year rule, claims this
In Madhya Pradesh, the politics is hot these days for the by-election in the Jhabua assembly seat. Both parties have put their strength in the campaign. Yesterday i.e. on Wednesday, CM Kamal Nath had come to campaign in favor of Congress candidate Kantilal Bhuria. Addressing the public meeting in Kalyanpura after the roadshow, he said that his government will do what the BJP government could not achieve in 15 years in 15 months.
At a rally in Kalyanpura in tribal district Jhabua before the assembly by-election to be held on October 21, Kamal Nath said, "Give me a chance, I will complete what the BJP has not done in the last 15 years, in 15 months." Roads and ponds will be built, but before that, I am more concerned about the future of the youth of this region who go to Gujarat in search of work.
Kamal Nath campaigned for Congress candidate and former Union Minister Kantilal Bhuria from Gopalpura to Kalyanpura, a 10-km roadshow. The Chief Minister's roadshow started at Mindal near Jhabua at around 11:30 am on Wednesday morning, culminating in Kalyanpura. In this roadshow, dozens of leaders including five ministers and seven MLAs were from the state. For information, let the resignation of BJP MLA Guman Singh Damore, Jhabua seat was vacant. Damor has become an MP from Ratlam-Jhabua seat in the Lok Sabha elections held this year.