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He doesn't believe in democracy but management: BJP leader on Digvijaya's alleged viral video

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He doesn't believe in democracy but management: BJP leader on Digvijaya's alleged viral video

He doesn't believe in democracy but management: BJP leader on Digvijaya's alleged viral video

BJP Leader Lokendra Mishra on Digvijaya Singh's alleged viral audio said that Digvijaya Singh has come out of his hole at last stage of elections and further accused him of believing in management rather than democracy.

Lokendra Mishra said, "Digvijaya Singh has come out of his hole at last stage of elections.

He doesn't believe in democracy but in management.

He has said in past that elections are won by management.

He himself might have made the audio viral." Digvijaya Singh's alleged video went viral in which he was heard asking a SP candidate for Madhya Pradesh by-polls to withdraw his name.


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