As Madhya Pradesh prepares go undergo its Assembly polls, the war of words between the two main political parties – the Bharatiya Janta Party and the Congress – is seemingly at a crescendo. After the unveiling of the Statue of Unity in Gujarat, the attack of BJP has essentially increased to a greater level. According to the Congress party, it was a sheer wastage of money – the money which could be used to feed poor and what not. The fact that the Rs 3,000 crore was used to create great employment in constructing the magnanimous statue was completely overlooked.
Apart from this, Rahul Gandhi has also been promising the commoners and countrymen to establish mobile-making companies everywhere across India if they elect the Congress to the seat. This comes after knowing that India already is a winner in the telecom manufacturing industry, and is almost saturated in the area. So, recently, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Madhya Pradesh addressing the workers from Satna, Betul,Rajsamand, Machhlishahr and Mahasamund, one of the reporters attending the press meeting questioned the PM on the issue. Needless to say, the Prime Minister of India did not leave the instance to subtly take a dig at the Gandhi scion.
Please take a look at this video from the event to know what exactly the PM said against the Congress President:
The Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly elections is scheduled to be held on November 28, 2018. The political parties will be fighting over the existing 230 constituencies in the state. Although there are numerous smaller regional political parties fighting the elections, it is assumed that the same will be a direct political battle between the Indian National Congress and the Bharatiya Janta Party. Many also believe that this election will stage the set for the General Assembly elections, scheduled to take place in April, 2019.