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EC's action against Kamal Nath is 'unfair', says Digvijaya Singh

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EC's action against Kamal Nath is 'unfair', says Digvijaya Singh

EC's action against Kamal Nath is 'unfair', says Digvijaya Singh

Senior leader of Congress party, Digvijaya Singh raised question mark over Election Commission's action against former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath.

"It's a strange order.

After an advisory was given to him, he gave no further statements.

The statement, which is being mentioned about, is from October 13.

I think this order is unfair.

We're contemplating as to what legal suggestion has to be taken," said Digvijaya Singh while talking to media.

Election Commission had revoked the star campaigner status of Congress leader Kamal Nath, citing repeated violation of Model Code of Conduct.


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