Narottam Mishra called Kamal Nath-Digvijay Jack and Jill : Home Minister Narottam Mishra has once again fired sarcasm while targeting Kamal Nath and Digvijay Singh. He has called these two as Jack and Jill of Congress. The Home Minister took a jibe at Kamal Nath’s challenge to RSS and Vishwa Hindu Parishad for a debate on religion. Along with this, he said that once again it will be clear from the results of Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh that the people have completely rejected the Congress.
Narottam Mishra said that ‘this Madhya Pradesh Congress’s Jack and Jill will accept Rahul Baba only after making him fall from the hill. They leave no stone unturned in giving anti-India statements from their tongue and get them to travel in the name of connecting India. Now Kamal Nath ji is saying that Baba will do Shastrarth. With this, understand the feelings of both of you. The matter of holding a debate has become like asking a 6th class child to recite a mountain of 39. Let us inform that while challenging the leaders of BJP, RSS and VHP, Kamal Nath said that they should debate with Rahul Gandhi in the matter of religion and spirituality. This discussion will prove that Rahul Gandhi has more knowledge than the rest and BJP has tried to create a wrong image of him in 12 years.
On the other hand, on the results of the exit polls regarding the elections, Narottam Mishran said that it shows that Congress is getting exited. The people have approved the works of Prime Minister Modi to take the nation on the path of progress. He said that it is amazing acceptance of Modi ji that Rahul baba also gives flying kisses on “Modi-Modi”. Regarding the Bharat Jodo Yatra, he said that ‘wherever the children were lying, there were divisions everywhere’… You must have seen the trends of the success of Rahul Gandhi’s Bharat Jodo Yatra in the exit polls. On the other hand, in Indore Law College case, said that action will be taken to return the PhD degree of writer Dr. Farhat Khan. Teams have been formed to arrest the writer and the publisher.