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New rift in Congress: Jyotiraditya Scindia says Kamal Nath should stop outside interference in govt
9/4/2019 6:44:24 PM
New Delhi , Sept 4

Congress general secretary and a stalwart of the party unit in Madhya Pradesh, Jyotiraditya Scindia has once again sounded a discordant note with his party and said that the Kamal Nath administration should listen to his ministers instead of allowing interference from outside.

Jyotiraditya Scindia has come out in support of Madhya Pradesh minister Umang Singhar, who attacked Congress leader Digvijaya Singh and said that he was running a proxy government in Madhya Pradesh.

The startling remark of Scindia in support of Cabinet minister Umang Singhar is in direct conflict with the Kamal Nath government.

Referring to Singhar's remarks against Digvijaya Singh, Scindia said that a government should function on its own prowess and not allow any interference from outside.

"The issues raised by Umang Ji should have been paid attention to. The chief minister should listen to both the sides, talk to them and come to a solution," said Jyotiraditya Scindia on Wednesday.

The Congress leader also observed, "It is after 15 years and extreme hard work that the Congress party has come to power in Madhya Pradesh and it has been only 6 months."

"Several Congress leaders have high hopes and are expecting development from the party and the administration. There are differences and the government should sit and sort these out," said Scindia.

Jyotiraditya Scindia made the comments while talking to the media at an event at the Mela Maidan on Wednesday.

Earlier, he came down against his party and the Kamal Nath government over illegal sand mining and demanded strict action. He said, "I am saddened by it and should be stopped. This was one of our election issues."


"We had openly protested against illegal mining during the previous BJP rule. What's unfortunate is it's still underway under the current (Kamal Nath-led) government."

On August 5, soon after the Centre announced its decision to abrogate Article 370 and strip Jammu and Kashmir of its special status, Jyotiraditya Scindia went against his party's stand and supported the Centre's move.

Scindia had said, "I support the move on Jammu and Kashmir & Ladakh and its full integration into Union of India. Would have been better if constitutional process had been followed. No questions could have been raised then. Nevertheless, this is in our country’s interest and I support this."
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