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BJP trying to lure Congress candidate: Kamal Nath

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Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath (file photo)

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Congress leader and Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Monday said that ruling BJP was trying to lure Congress candidate Nitendra Singh. Nath was addressing a bypoll rally in Prithvipur.

"BJP tried to lure Congress candidate for Prithvipur assembly constituency, but he (Nitendra Singh) has Congress DNA and he is the grandson of a freedom fighter, so the BJP's attempt failed," Nath said.

Nath further claimed that there was rampant corruption in the state. He slammed the Lokayukta as fake and full of corruption.

"The real Lokayukta will be formed only the Congress comes to power," said Nath.

He further added that Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan must tell the people of the achievements of his government in the last fifteen years.

"Instead of blaming the opposition at every step, he (Shivraj) should submit an account of works to the unemployed youths and to the farmers and the poor. The BJP will not talk about rising inflation. People are fed up with rising petrol and diesel prices but would create issues that will divert people's attention from the real issues," Nath said.

A fact-finding team of High Court lawyers would be sent to Prithvipur, said senior Congress leader and Rajya Sabha MP Vivek Tanha. The team would prepare a report on the violations made by administration and politicians and it would then be submitted to the Election Commission, Tankha claimed.

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