BJP trying to divide society: Kamal Nath on Khargone violence

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After the clashes in MP's Khargone, former MP CM and Congress leader Kamal Nath on Sunday said that the BJP is trying to "divide" the society. Nath said, "These riots in Khargone are against the culture of our country. Our culture is to unite the society but the BJP is trying to divide it." State Congress Committee President and former Chief Minister Kamal Nath, who came to Indore in Madhya Pradesh, reached Ratlam Kothi, the residence of City Congress President Vinay Bakliwal late on Sunday evening and met him and inquired about his health and met his family members. .

He also talked in the family atmosphere by sitting among his family members. On this occasion, the mother of city president Vinay Bakliwal welcomed Kamal Nath and blessed him. After this Kamal Nath also came to attend a wedding ceremony. Talking to the media to attend various programs in Indore city, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath said on Khargone riots that the incidents of riots that have happened are completely against the culture of our country. Our culture is to unite and Bharatiya Janata Party is trying to divide the society.

He said that, we have spoken to Khargone IG and he has assured that there is complete peace in Khargone and complete peace will remain. Let us tell you that during Kamal Nath's stay, once again there was a lack of discipline among the Congress workers. With the soldiers deployed under the security of former Chief Minister Kamal Nath, the Congress workers whispered and indecisively.

Congress workers also tried to beat up the jawan posted in Z security by holding the collar. This is not the first case when lack of discipline has been noticed. A few days ago, even during the protest against inflation at the collectorate office, Congress workers were seen fighting among themselves.


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