Senior Congressman and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister has hinted at his attainable exit from politics. At a public rally in Chhindwara on Sunday, Nath mentioned he was prepared to take some relaxation and had no ambitions or greed for any put up.
Kamal Nath, who holds the put up of Leader of Opposition within the Madhya Pradesh Assembly and can be the state Congress president, has been below great stress from inside the get together to make approach for younger leaders.
“I am ready to take some rest. I have no ambitions or any greed for any post. I have achieved a lot already. I am ready to stay at home,” the Congress chief mentioned.
Meanwhile, Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan mentioned that it was Kamal Nath’s will to retire and he should give it some thought. “We won’t make anyone take retirement. It is his will to retire or stay at home. It is his personal matter and he must think about it,” Chouhan mentioned.
Calls for Kamal Nath’s removing gathered momentum after the Congress suffered a humiliating defeat within the latest by-elections on 28 Assembly seats. The ruling BJP had received 19 seats and the Congress acquired simply 9.
“The then Congress president Rahul Gandhi had set an instance by quitting from his put up after the loss in 2019. So Kamal Nath ought to resign from each the put up of the get together’s state president and Leader of Opposition and take duty for the get together’s poor efficiency,” AICC member from Sehore Harpal Singh had mentioned demanding Nath’s resignation. Leaders like Kamal Nath and Digvijaya Singh ought to now pave approach for the younger leaders, Singh had mentioned in his video message which went viral.
Kamal Nath had to step down from the CM put up earlier this 12 months after a 15-month stint following a revolt of a number of of get together MLAs below the management of Jyotiraditya Scindia who later joined the Bharatiya Janata Party. Scindia’s swap paved approach for Shivraj Singh Chouhan to return because the CM in Madhya Pradesh.
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