Taking a jibe at the Congress party, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra on Monday said that the party does not have the right policy, intention and leaders.
Bhopal: Taking a jibe at the Congress party Home Minister Narottam Mishra on Monday said that the party does not have the right policy, intention and leaders.
Mishra while addressing media persons here on Monday condemned the work of the opposition and said, “The Congress neither has the right policy nor intention nor leaders in the party. This is why party leaders admit that the Congress is a sinking ship.”
On being asked about Congress leader Kamal Nath’s attack on the opposition, Mishra said, “Kamal Nath cannot go beyond tweets. I agree that there is a fear of contacting COVID-19 and I appreciate that he is taking precautionary measures. He can go to different states for a meeting but he is avoiding party (Congress) events,” Mishra said.
Amid the rising cases of coronavirus in Madhya Pradesh, the Home Minister said that the government is providing necessary facilities like free medicines, oxygen beds, isolation wards, among others. “We need to protect ourselves from the virus and this can only happen if we take precautions,” he said.
“Precaution is the treatment for coronavirus,” he added.
Mishra also took the occasion to attack the opposition Congress and the leader of opposition over farmers’ suicide in Sehore. Referring to former CM Kamal Nath’s tweet on this issue, the Home Minister said that anyone’s death is painful but doing politics over death is even more painful. He said that Kamal Nath never tweeted that Rahul Gandhi promised to forgive farmer’s loan of up to 2 lakh rupees in 10 days, but he commits the sins of lying daily.
The Home Minister also strongly targeted the foot march taken out by former Minister Govind Singh.