Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020 | Last Update : 05:11 AM IST

195th Day Of Lockdown

Maharashtra1443409114960338084 Andhra Pradesh7192566588755981 Karnataka6406615157829286 Tamil Nadu6088555529389653 Uttar Pradesh4031013468595864 Delhi2827522506135401 West Bengal2603242287555017 Odisha222734190080912 Kerala204242131048772 Telangana1992761701091163 Bihar178882164537888 Assam169985139977655 Gujarat1332191132403417 Rajasthan1288591077181441 Haryana1237821059901307 Madhya Pradesh117588932382207 Punjab107096840253134 Chhatisgarh9856566860777 Jharkhand7770964515661 Jammu and Kashmir69832495571105 Uttarakhand4533233642555 Goa3107125071386 Puducherry2548919781494 Tripura2412717464262 Himachal Pradesh136799526152 Chandigarh112128677145 Manipur9791760263 Arunachal Pradesh8649623014 Nagaland5768469311 Meghalaya5158334343 Sikkim2707199431 Mizoram178612880
  India   All India  06 Sep 2019  'Sort out your differences': Sonia parents bickering Cong MP leaders

'Sort out your differences': Sonia parents bickering Cong MP leaders

THE ASIAN AGE
Published : Sep 6, 2019, 2:46 pm IST
Updated : Sep 6, 2019, 2:50 pm IST

There has been, for sometime, a tension between the party leaders in Madhya Pradesh.

Kamal Nath he refused to comment on the warring factor within the party post the meeting. This gave the impression that the high command had asked the internal bickering factors to sort their differences out. (Photo: File)
 Kamal Nath he refused to comment on the warring factor within the party post the meeting. This gave the impression that the high command had asked the internal bickering factors to sort their differences out. (Photo: File)

New Delhi: Congress interim president, Sonia Gandhi on Thursday sternly took up to all the ongoing bickering factors of Madhya Pradesh unit of the party and asked them to sort out their differences.

There has been, for sometime, a tension between the party leaders in Madhya Pradesh.

 

On Thursday, senior Congress leader and former union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia asked  Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath to look into the matters of MP and said “nobody should interfere” in the functioning of the state government.

He was referring to MP forest minister Umang Singhar's complaints regarding Digvijaya Singh intervening in the state's matters.

Singh, however, denied these allegations while his supporters burnt an effigy of Singar.

Manak Agrawal, a senior party leader had allegedly called that Singar a "BJP parasite."

On Thursday, some hoardings demanding Scindia to be next Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president were brought down on high command's orders, India Today reported.

 

Meanwhile, CM Kamal Nath chaired a meeting of the cabinet sub-committee of political affairs in which Singar was also present.

However, he refused to comment on the warring factor within the party post the meeting. This gave the impression that the high command had asked the internal bickering factors to sort their differences out.

“With a lot of difficulties and hard work, all party workers including myself have established the Congress rule in Madhya Pradesh. We aspired to create a new Madhya Pradesh which will have progress and development. The government should work in accordance with those hopes and aspirations,” Scindia had earlier said.

 

Tags: sonia gandhi, kamal nath, jyotiraditya scindia
Location: India, Delhi, New Delhi