New Delhi: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath has dared former Congress MP Jyotiraditya Scindia to comply with his menace of taking to streets over unfulfilled occasion manifesto by saying “let him do”.
Chatting with the media, Scindia had stated, “If the Congress makes a promise, it meets it. If Congress has promised something then it’s important to deliver. Otherwise, we will have to take to the streets.”
The 2 leaders are at loggerhead for the reason that Congress got here to energy in MP as Scindia was additionally a claimant for the highest submit.
On the hypothesis that Scindia is being thought of for the Higher Home, Nath stated the Madhya Pradesh Coordination Committee assembly on Saturday was to not talk about the Rajya Sabha election or the cupboard enlargement.
Earlier on Friday, Nath met Congress interim chief Sonia Gandhi in New Delhi within the wake of many leaders elevating questions over the manifesto implementation.
“I have met the party president and discussed about how much the government in the state has been able to implement the ‘Vachan Patra’,” Nath stated after the assembly.
Earlier, Govind Singh, a Minister within the Nath authorities, had stated because of lack of funds many guarantees had not been fulfilled.