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Kamal Nath adamant his 'item' remark referred to Parliament's agenda lists

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Kamal Nath adamant his 'item' remark referred to Parliament's agenda lists

Kamal Nath adamant his 'item' remark referred to Parliament's agenda lists

Former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath on November 01 again clarified his remarks wherein he referred BJP leader Imarti Devi as 'item' and said it wasn't to insult anyone and I told earlier that I regret it.

He said, "I have been in the Lok Sabha for so many years, our seat comes on which it is written, item number-1, number-2, number-3, I am familiar with this language.

I did not say anything to insult anyone and I regret that."


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