With the coming date of voting for the assembly by-elections in 28 seats in Madhya Pradesh, political mercury is also rising. The war of words between the leaders of both the major parties of the state, BJP and Congress, has intensified. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has retaliated on the statement made by former MP of Chief Minister Kamal Nath.
Addressing a public meeting, Shivraj Singh said, “Dhela Bharaka you (Kamal Nath) did not work. If we open a medical college in Morena, we will not break the coconut or we will break it. If we bring Chambal water, we will not break the coconut or we will break. We in Bithora If you open a college, you will not break the coconut or we will break it. If we change the power line here, the coconut will not break or break. You have not done anything, your luck was broken, then where will you break the coconut? “
Continuing his attack on Kamal Nath at a public meeting held in Kharagpur Bharad under the Morena Assembly, Shivraj Singh said, “It says that Shivraj walks around with a coconut. If I don’t walk around with a coconut, should I go around with a champagne bottle.”
Shivraj Singh further said, “Our sanskars are different. India’s culture is different. Traditions are different. Coconuts are offered to Goddess. It is the time of Navratri. Our culture is our sanskars. We said we are the sons of a simple farmer. Born in a raw house in Jait. “