Kamal Nath was not going to leave MP, Digvijay remained silent


It is noteworthy that after the review meeting of the defeat in the assembly elections, kamal nath kept saying that

he is not leaving madhya pradesh and the congress party is going to fight the next lok sabha elections in the state

under his leadership. After Kamal Nath’s departure, another veteran leader of the state, Digvijay Singh, has also

maintained silence.

However, despite Kamal Nath’s displeasure, Patwari, who replaced kamal nath as the state congress president,

said, kamal nath is our leader. congress will move forward under the collective leadership and guidance of

kamal nath, Digvijay Singh and other senior leaders. Factionalism has already ended in the history of Congress. I

thank the congress high command for giving a big responsibility to a small worker like me.

congress is preparing new party leadership in Madhya Pradesh

At the same time, keeping in view the future, the congress high command has decided to promote its second row

leaders in Madhya Pradesh. Keeping in mind the caste equation, OBC leader Jitu Patwari has been made the state

president, tribal leader Umang Singar has been made the leader of opposition in the assembly and Brahmin leader

Hemant Katare has been made the deputy leader of opposition. The new PCC President Jitu Patwari will come to

Bhopal on tuesday 19th december and assume his post after visiting Mahakal in Ujjain. During this time, the new

state president Jitu Patwari has also started the process of taking blessings from big leaders of the party. After

meeting former congress national president rahul gandhi in Delhi, he also met rajya sabha member Vivek

Tankha. Giving this information on his social media platform I will give you blessings again as a family member.

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