29 Feb 2024

Madhya Pradesh: Why Kamal Nath Told Party Workers in Chhindwara He Would Step Aside Willingnly?

Chhindwara: Veteran Congress leader Kamal Nath assured party members in Chhindwara, Madhya Pradesh that he would not force himself upon them and would willingly step aside if this what they want.

Speaking at a gathering of party workers in Harrai, his hometown in Madhya Pradesh's Chhindwara, the 77-year-old politician expressed gratitude for the love and trust he had received over the years.

"I am prepared to bid farewell if that's your desire. I don't wish to impose myself. The choice is yours," stated the former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh to the assembled group.

Nakul Nath, Kamal Nath's son, currently serves as a Member of Parliament from the Chhindwara Lok Sabha constituency. Kamal Nath had previously announced that Nakul would be contesting again from the same seat.

Nath expresses trust in party members

Despite the BJP's assertive stance, Kamal Nath urged Congress workers not to panic. He emphasized the importance of voting for securing the future, expressing trust in the party members.

In reference to the Ram temple in Ayodhya, Kamal Nath asserted that it belongs to everyone, including himself. He cautioned against the BJP taking sole credit for its construction, Natyh said temple was built with public funds following a Supreme Court verdict.

Kamal Nath revealed his religious inclinations, mentioning his worship of Lord Ram and the construction of a large temple dedicated to Lord Hanuman on his land in Chhindwara.

Addressing speculations about joining the BJP, Kamal Nath recently dismissed them as a creation of the media.

"You (media) are making such speculations, and nobody else is saying so. Have you ever heard it from me? You run the news and ask me. You should refute this news," remarked Kamal Nath to reporters.

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