Madhya Pradesh minister dismisses Digvijay Singh's anti-BJP allegation


Madhya Pradesh minister Vishwas Sarang dismissed allegations of senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh against Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The former MP CM Digvijay Singh accused the BJP of planning “stone-pelting incidents by paying Muslim boys”.

Reacting of Digvijay Singh’s remark, Sarang said, “These are political statements made for advancing the politics of appeasement. Congress has a history of fueling riots to gain power.”

Sarang further questioned the former CM and said, “how could you level such charges when you are saying that you do not have proof”.

Following this, Sarang defended his party saying, “the BJP is a party that stops riots, and not the one that promotes communal violence.”

The Madhya Pradesh minister for Medical Education Sarang refuted all the claims of Digvijay Singh by calling them baseless and false.

Meanwhile, Singh had said, “I have received a few complaints, which I have not verified yet, but as per these complaints, some people from the BJP themselves pay poor Muslim boys to throw stones,” Singh said during a press conference in Neemuch district of Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday.

It should be noted that the former CM spoke on the communal violence days after violence erupted in the Khargone district of Madhya Pradesh following a stone-pelting incident during a Ram-Navami procession on April 10.

Several people, including police personnel, were injured when groups of people pelted stones at each other during the procession. The stone-pelting started at the beginning of the procession leaving around four persons injured, including a police inspector. 

(With inputs from ANI)


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