Hitting again at Congress chief Kamal Nath over his coconut comment, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Saturday stated that the opposition is commenting on such issues as a result of they don’t have anything else.
“Coconut is in our tradition. It’s a image of purity and repair. I carry a coconut and never a bottle of champagne. We now have restarted the event work that Kamal Nath and the Congress authorities had stalled,” Mr Chauhan informed ANI.
The Chief Minister’s comment is available in response to Kamal Nath, who had just lately taunted Mr Chauhan for carrying a coconut with him saying, “(Mr) Chauhan carries round a coconut with him, breaks it, and makes a brand new announcement wherever he will get an opportunity.”
“We just lately inaugurated 13000 new roads that have been made in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. They used to complain that they haven’t any cash. Now, that we’re doing developmental work, they’re having an issue with that and are objecting to me carrying a coconut,” Mr Chauhan stated.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan had yesterday accused former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath of turning the state right into a centre for corruption and middlemen, and claimed that nothing was being achieved within the state with out bribing some official.
The heated change of allegations within the state is available in view of the upcoming by-polls on 28 meeting seats in Madhya Pradesh on November 3. The outcomes will likely be declared on November 10.