NewsTree In Exclusive: Chief Editor Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi Asks Madhya Pradesh

NewsTree-in Exclusive: Chief Editor Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi asks Madhya Pradesh BJP President VD Sharma – Why BJP does not deny that we have ousted the government, see full discussion

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NewsTree-in-Exclusive: Madhya Pradesh BJP state president VD Sharma today took part in a meaningful dialogue with editor-in-chief Dr Himanshu Dwivedi. During this time he launched a vicious attack on the Congress party. He also reacted to the statement of Kamal Nath Sarkar about the statements of industrialists and hungry-naked people.

NewsTree-in Exclusive: In Madhya Pradesh, there is a growing political stir over the issue of by-elections. Let us know that by-elections will be held in 26 constituencies of Madhya Pradesh. In such a situation, the quarrel between the BJP and the Congress is growing rapidly. On this issue, Madhya Pradesh BJP state president VD Sharma today took part in a meaningful dialogue with editor-in-chief Dr Himanshu Dwivedi. During this time he launched a vicious attack on the Congress party. He also reacted to the statement of Kamal Nath Sarkar about the statements of industrialists and hungry-naked people. Imrati Devi also answered the question asked in the viral video.

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Editor-in-Chief Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi asked many sharp questions

The most important point of this discussion was that the Chief Editor Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi asked VD Sharma directly and intensely. He raised such a question for which it is very important for the BJP to know. During the discussion, Editor-in-Chief VD Sharma raised many such questions, which may be considered as very important from the point of view of Madhya Pradesh by-election.

Chief Editor Dr Himanshu Dwivedi said that Kailash Vijayavargiya had said in a statement that we would have toppled the government only two months ago. However, Amit Shah did not approve it. Nevertheless, the BJP has always defended itself against the fall of the government. The chief editor asked why the BJP denies that we have left the government.

In response to this question, VD Sharma said that we never nominated the government. Talking about Kailash Vijayavargiya’s statement, Amit Shah denied this because we did not want to harm democracy by excluding the government in a situation where the BJP believes in democracy. VD Sharma said that the government of Madhya Pradesh fell due to the fight of Kamal Nath government.

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Answering hungry empty words

During the discussion, Editor-in-Chief-Dr. Himanshu Dwivedi raised some questions which were the main focus of discussion in Madhya Pradesh politics these days. One of them was a viral discussion of Imrati Devi’s video so that she could see that if we call the collector we will get the seat.

The second discussion was about calling Shivraj Singh Chouhan hungry and naked. Kamal Nath Sarkar said that Kamalnath belongs to the number two industrialist, Shivraj Singh Chouhan belongs to a hungry-naked family.

Editor-in-Chief Dr Himanshu Dwivedi, in reply to a question, said that such a statement by the Kamal Nath government shows the mindset of the Congress. His words are not only an insult to Shivraj Singh Chauhan, but also an insult to the poor. He said it is true that Kamalnath is the number two industrialist and so he has always been in this role. He is not a public leader, so he did nothing for the people as Chief Minister.

Jyotiraditya Scindia and Digvijay Singh were also discussed during the dialogue. VD Sharma said that what was the reason for Jyotiraditya Scindia joining BJP? Apart from this, he also raised the question that Madhya Pradesh by-elections have started but Digvijay Singh was nowhere to be seen. After all, why did Digvijay Singh hide? Knowing the answers to all these questions is very important from the point of view of Madhya Pradesh by-election. For all these answers, please watch the video below.

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