Kamal Nath says if PM Narendra Modi goes to school, Congress has got it built; BJP’s counterattack India News – Times of India

BURHANPUR: Madhya Pradesh Congress chief Kamal Nath Said on Sunday that if at all the Prime Minister Narendra Modi Any school he went to for education was made by the Congress, a remark that drew sharp reactions from the ruling BJP. BJP He said people are well aware of the “constructive and destructive” work the old party has done.
The saffron party also said that PM ModiHis extraordinary work has made India proud and raised its reputation globally.
Nath was replying to a question on the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Shivraj Singh ChauhanIt is alleged that the Congress failed to end poverty in the country during its 70 years of rule.
The former Madhya Pradesh chief minister told reporters, “The school that Shivraj ji (Chouhan) went to was built by the Congress. If Modi ji went to any school, that too was built by the Congress.”
When asked about Nath’s remarks, state BJP spokesperson Pankaj Chaturvedi said, “What kind of constructive and destructive work the Congress has done, the countrymen are well aware. This is the reason why Congress is losing elections since 2014, While the BJP is on a winning streak.”
“Modi ji’s extraordinary works have made the country proud and raised its prestige in the world. This has angered the Congress and Nath and hence they are making baseless allegations and making personal attacks on Modi ji,” he said.
Meanwhile, when asked about All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi’s allegation that he (Nath) was having ties with the BJP in Madhya Pradesh, Nath said the Hyderabad MP were to serve the sole purpose in the state. Benefits to the BJP in the ongoing rural local body elections.
Asked about Owaisi’s allegation that he (Nath) and the BJP are one, Nath told reporters, “Why has he come? He is clearly visiting Madhya Pradesh so that the BJP benefits. They have only one purpose.”
Addressing a public meeting in Khandwa on Saturday to garner support for his candidates in the upcoming civic polls, Owaisi had said that Nath and Modi were on the same page.