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Congress bothered about getting back to power: Scindia on Digvijaya Singh's remark

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Congress bothered about getting back to power: Scindia on Digvijaya Singh's remark

Congress bothered about getting back to power: Scindia on Digvijaya Singh's remark

BJP leader Jyotiraditya Scindia on Congress leader Digvijaya Singh's tweet said that Congress is just worried as they have lost power.

"I don't give counter reaction to every reaction.

Congress is not worried about the people or the virus.

They are just bothered about how to get back in power." In a tweet, targeting Scindia who called himself a tiger after cabinet expansion in Madhya Pradesh, the Congress leader said, "Do you know the character of a lion?

In a jungle, only one lion stays."

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