As the assembly elections in Madhya Pradesh are approaching, the politics is getting hot in the state. Political parties are busy in promoting. There is also a round of allegations of corruption. Meanwhile, Congress has released its manifesto and attacked the Bharatiya Janata Party.
The Congress in its manifesto of Madhya Pradesh have mentioned that if it comes to power, then it will ban Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) branch from all the government's offices and premises in the state. Attacking to the Congress, Bhartiya Janta Party spokesperson Sambit Patra said it has one motto to win the election.
“Looks like the Congress these days has only one motto- 'Mandir nahi ban ne denge, Shakha nahi chalne denge,' Sambit Patra.
Looks like the Congress these days has only one motto- 'Mandir nahi ban ne denge, Shakha nahi chalne denge:' Sambit Patra,BJP on #Congress in its manifesto in #MadhyaPradesh says RSS 'shakhas' would not be allowed in Government buildings pic.twitter.com/ixMU7ZHUgn— ANI (@ANI) November 11, 2018
Let us tell you that Congress is in the do-or-die mode to make its government in Madhya Pradesh. In addition, the Congress said that it will also withdraw its previous decisions in which he had allowed government employees to go to RSS.
The voting in the 230 constituencies seats is scheduled on November 28 and the counting of votes will be done on 11 December.