Imarti Devi said broke down while responding to Kamal Nath and said that Sonia Gandhi should dismiss him from the Congress party.
‘What is my crime, that I am poor and born into a Scheduled Caste family?
If Kamal Nath uses such a language against me then what will happen to women of SC community.
How can any woman move forward?’ Devi said.
BJP leader Jyotiraditya Scindia also lashed out at the Congress and said that Congress never respects women.
‘First, Digvijay Singh had said something about Congress leader Meenakshi Natrajan which I don't remember, now Kamal Nath called BJP's Imarti Devi an 'item' while Ajay Singh called her 'Jalebi'.
Congress never respects women’,’ Scindia said.
Kamal Nath had during a rally in Dabra for Congress candidate Suresh Raje, referred to Imarti Devi, who is contesting the seat on a BJP ticket as ‘Yeh kya item hai.’ Watch the full video for all the details.
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut on January 09 reached Bhopal and met Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. She also met BJP leader Imarti Devi, who was being called 'item' by former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath. After meeting Imarti Devi, Kangana opened up about the crimes against women. She said that law system should be reformed to provide speedy justice to women. Ranaut reached Bhopal after recording her statement with Bandra Police in connection with a sedition case filed against her.
Madhya Pradesh Congress President Kamal Nath took a jibe at the state, Governor Anandiben Patel, over her speech in the Assembly. The former MP chief minister said he felt “pity” for the governor. State minister Vishwas Sarang responded to Kamal Nath’s comments and condemned the remarks. Sarang asked the former chief minister to “apologize immediately” for insulting the governor. Watch the full video for more details.
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Congress Madhya Pradesh president and former chief minister Kamal Nath said that he feels pity for the Governor because she had to deliver speech for media, not for the state. "The real situation of farmers and labourers and about atrocities on women was not stated," said Kamal Nath on Governor's address in the Assembly. MP Medical Education Minister Vishwas Sarang called Kamal Nath's remark "unfortunate." He also demanded clarification and apology. "He has insulted the Governor's post. Such remarks are not expected from a leader of such a stature," he added.
Madhya Pradesh former chief minister Kamal Nath alleged that Centre's farm laws are conspiracy against farmers. "Centre wants to introduce private sector in agriculture sector and giving them status of Man," said Kamal Nath. Kamal Nath also claimed that farmers will become labour of big traders in contract farming. And thirdly Nath said that contrary to earlier laws, in new farm laws Centre has ended stock limit which is also a drawback for farmers.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah offered prayers at Suchindram Temple in Kanyakumari. Amit Shah performed 'aarti' and took blessing. Kick-starting BJP's campaign in poll-bound Tamil Nadu, Amit Shah is one a 1-day visit in the state. He is expected to hold several events including a massive road show in Kanyakumari. Home Minister received a grand floral welcome in the city.
On the upcoming state assembly polls in Tamil Nadu, Congress in-charge of Tamil Nadu, Dinesh Gundu Rao while addressing a press conference on March 07 claimed that secular front, comprising Congress, DMK, Left, VCK, will clean sweep the elections. Dinesh Gundu said, "BJP by entering into an alliance with AIADMK, its intention is to finish off AIADMK. They want to kill all opposition parties and have 'one party-one man rule' in the country. Secular front will sweep these elections and send down a message across country that secularism, socialistic principles, good governance and democracy will be upheld in this country."
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to hold the first rally in West Bengal on March 7 after the announcement of the assembly poll schedule. The rally will be held at the Brigade Parade ground in Kolkata. According to party sources, many folk artists have been invited to perform at the event. The elections for the 294 Assembly seats in West Bengal will begin on March 27. The state is going to witness eight-phase Assembly polls this year. West Bengal is likely to witness a triangular contest this time with TMC, Congress-Left alliance and the BJP in the fray.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, along with his wife, planted saplings at their residence on his birthday."I have decided to plant a sapling daily to continue this social campaign. I urge all to plant more trees to save the environment," he said.
The biography of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose painted on a circular canvas in the courtyard of Shahid Smarak in Madhya Pradesh's Jabalpur. The event was organised by the National Museum of Modern Art to celebrate 125th birth anniversary of Netaji. Netaji's 125th birth anniversary was celebrated on January 23.
Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had lunch at Municipal Corporation worker's house on February 07. BJP leader Jyotiraditya Scindia also joined ministers during the lunch.
Congress has clarified that All India Mahila Congress president Sushmita Dev has not resigned from the party. Speaking on the reports of her resignation, Congress leader and Member of Parliament, Pradyut Bordoloi said that Sushmita Dev is indispensable part of Congress and very much with us. "She is very much with us. She is a very indispensable part of Congress. She is respected leader of our party," said Congress Member of Parliament Bordoloi.
Ahead of assembly elections in Tamil Nadu, political parties have been actively campaigning in the state. Taking a jibe at Sonia Gandhi and MK Stalin, Home Minister Amit Shah during his rally in Villipuram said that Sonia Gandhi is worried to make Rahul Gandhi the Prime Minister while MK Stalin is worried to make Udhayanidhi the Chief Minister. "On one side, there's AIADMK and NDA thinking about welfare of the poor while DMK and Congress on the other end are corrupt and follow politics of divide and rule," Amit Shah added.
A group of leaders who had earlier written to Indian National Congress chief Sonia Gandhi seeking reform in the party, held an event in Jammu on February 27. The programme was held in honour of Ghulam Nabi Azad, who recently retired from Rajya Sabha. He even received a tearful farewell from Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The group of leaders - known as G23, an allusion to their number - called for making Congress strong again. Watch the full video for more.
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Madhya Pradesh Assembly's pro-tem Speaker hit out at the Indian National Congress party in general and Digvijaya Singh in particular over the rechristening of Hoshangabad. After Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan announced that Hoshangabad would be renamed Narmadapuram, ex-CM Digvijaya Singh asked whether the move would end unemployment and poverty. Pro-tem Speaker Rameshwar Sharma said that Hoshang Shah was a robber, and if Congress has problems then Rahul Gandhi and Digvijaya can change their names. Watch the full video for more.
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Madhya Pradesh Vidhan Sabha Protem Speaker Rameshwar Sharma slammed congress leader Digvijaya Singh over his 'garibi' remark on CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan's decision of renaming Hoshangabad city's name. "Renaming hoshangabad's name will give a sense of culture and power," said Sharma. He said, "Who was Hoshang Shah? Will you teach history of robber or of Narmada? Change your name to Yunis, rename 'Pappu bhaiya' to Isamil. It'll tell you what happens when you rename". Supporting MP Government's decision, Sharma said that renaming city's name shows its culture and tradition.
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh asked 'who is Kangana Ranaut?' while reacting on party MLA Sukhdev Panse's remarks on actor Kangana Ranaut and her tweet on it. Sukhdev Panse recently call Kangina, 'nachane gane wali,' Congress MLA from Multai Sukhdev Panse has landed in a controversy after he called Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut 'nachne gane wali'. He used the words against the Bollywood actress over her statements on farmers' agitation against farm laws.
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