Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and Congress’ candidate from Bhopal, Digvijaya Singh took swipe at main rival Bharatiya Janata Party on Sunday over nationalism and invoked ‘dharam’ politics. Singh, who always use the term ‘Hindu terror’ against BJP, said he is better Hindu than anyone and he does not need validation from BJP to prove his religion.
“They don’t find anything against me. They don’t find any corruption charges against me. So, they say a thing like I am an anti-Hindu, I am not a Hindu, I am a terrorist etc,” Digvijaya Singh said at a public meeting.
“I don’t need validation from you all to know if I am Hindu or not. People of Madhya Pradesh know I am a Hindu, I am a better Hindu than you,” he added. He further said that he was being branded anti-Hindu as the BJP does not find any corruption charges against him.
The Congress senior leader Digvijaya Singh is contesting from Madhya Pradesh’s Bhopal against BJP’s new recruit Sadhvi Pragya Thakur. He further said that he was being branded anti-Hindu as the BJP does not find any corruption charges against him.
Earlier, Digvijaya Singh had said that the word Hindutva was not there in his dictionary, "Why do you use the word Hindutva? The word does not exist in my dictionary," he had said.
Lok Sabha elections in Bhopal will be held on May 12 and counting of votes will be done on May 23.