Politics on Digvijay Singh’s nap: BJP said – Jo Sovat Hai – Wo Khovat Hai, Congress retaliated

Karn Mishra, Gwalior. Congress leader and former Chief Minister Digvijay Singh is often in headlines for his statements, but this time he has come into limelight not because of his statements but because of his nap. The matter did not end here, but now politics has also started. In fact, during a meeting at Dabra in Gwalior, he fell asleep. BJP just started making statements on this. But the Congress has also strongly retaliated on this.

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Former CM Digvijay Singh had reached Dabra to take a meeting regarding Priyanka Gandhi’s visit to Gwalior. The meeting was going on here, during which he took a nap for a few seconds. All the leaders and media persons were present in the meeting. Meanwhile someone made a video which went viral.

BJP taunted

As soon as the video of Digvijay Singh taking a nap went viral, Energy Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar taunted him. Pradyuman Singh did not stop here. He taunted Digvijay Singh till his age. He said – Digvijay Singh’s age has increased. Can’t even get time to sleep, but whatever they do Congress is not going to get anything. Pradyuman Singh said- Our chief CM Shivraj stays awake for the public all the time. Work for the public throughout the year. Congress can never be his competition.

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Congress hit back
Congress also retaliated on BJP’s taunt, she said- BJP is scared of Digvijay Singh ji. She has not yet forgotten the results of the last election. Congress leader RP Singh said that a personality like Digvijay Singh works 360 days out of 365. Seeing the schedule of 3 days of Digvijay Singh ji, BJP has an open challenge. BJP people should act like him. What if someone blinks in such a busy schedule?

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