MP Cong leaders come together ahead of elections
Bhopal: In a rare show of unity, prominent leaders of Madhya Pradesh Congress today shared a common stage with the aim to bring the party back to power in the State.
Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh, Union Ministers Kamal Nath and Jyotiraditya Scindia, State Congress Chief Kantilal Bhuria, Leader of Opposition in the State assembly Ajay Singh and former Union Minister Suresh Pachouri came together to address a press conference.
Earlier in the day, they also took part in a meeting where the party`s strategy for the forthcoming Assembly elections was discussed.
Kamal Nath said that the BJP was ousted from power from the three States of Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Karnataka for its poor performance and would meet the same fate in Madhya Pradesh.
He said that during the BJP rule since 2003, Madhya Pradesh has become `disabled` and despite tall claims, no fresh investment was being made.
Jyotiraditya Scindia said that a 100-day action plan for the Congress campaign for the assembly elections would be chalked out soon.
Congress general Secretary Digvijay Singh said that no one believed him when he used to say that there was unity in the Madhya Pradesh Congress but he was proved right today.
"There was unity in Madhya Pradesh Congress, there is unity in the State Congress and there will always be unity in it," Singh observed.
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