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Nath will continue as president of the Congress unit in Madhya Pradesh where polls are due next year
Kamal Nath slammed the BJP-led government for handling the power crisis situation "the way they mismanaged COVID pandemic"
Kamal Nath resigned from the post as per the party's 'one person-one post' policy
There is speculation in the media about Prashant Kishor joining the Congress as he has met party chief Sonia Gandhi two times recently
Religious divide in Madhya Pradesh Congress as Muslim MLA opposes Kamal Nath’s orders to celebrate Ram Navmi, Hanuman Jayanti
Madhya Pradesh Congress on 2 April 2022 issued the order urging all cadres to celebrate the upcoming Ram Navami and Hanuman Jayanti festivals
Mocking the Congress over the video, state BJP secretary Rajneesh Agrawal said Singh was highlighting groupism in the party and that the video was aimed at unseating Kamal Nath as the state unit president
"Brahmin and Baniya communities are in my pocket", says BJP leader Muralidhar Rao; Congress seeks apology
Rao later said the Congress was "distorting" facts and statements and that the BJP "don't discriminate among sections of the society. All Indians should be part of development"
The TMC chief, who seeks to take up a larger role in national politics prior to the 2024 Lok Sabha election, is visiting Delhi for the first time after her party’s win in the recent Assembly polls
Congress downplays strife, asserts Rahul Gandhi best suited to lead party ahead of Sonia's meet with rebels
The assertion comes ahead of Saturday's meeting between Sonia Gandhi and many of the 23 leaders who wrote to her in August demanding an active leadership and maintained that Gandhis will always be a 'guiding force'
Madhya Pradesh bypolls: Voting for 28 Assembly seats to begin today; 33,000 security personnel deployed
The last hour of voting will be for COVID-19 patients and people suspected to be suffering from the disease, state additional chief electoral officer Arun Tomar said
While the poll panel said its order was passed under the Model Code of Conduct and the matter was now infructuous, the apex court asked the EC's counsel how it could determine the party's leader. "It's their power, not the EC's power," the bench noted
Senior lawyer Vivek Tankha said that the former Madhya Pradesh chief minister has challenged the EC's decision on various grounds and an urgent hearing on his plea would be sought
Madhya Pradesh bypolls: BJP worsened situation in last 7 months, Congress will return to power, says Kamal Nath
To return to power, the Congress has to win all 28 seats going to polls on 3 Nov, while ruling BJP needs nine seats to reach the majority mark of 116 in the 230-strong House
In its order, the EC referred to Nath's 'item' remark against BJP leader Imarti Devi and 'coconut' remark about Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and said Nath had "repeatedly" violated MCC
Madhya Pradesh bypolls: EC says Kamal Nath's 'item' remark against BJP's Imarti Devi violated poll advisory
The EC advised the Congress leader and former chief minister not to use such terms in public during the period of the Model Code of Conduct
For the first time in the history of the state, as many as 28 Assembly seats are going to bypolls at one go, virtually giving the contest the status of a 'mini Assembly election'
Addressing a poll meeting on Sunday in Gwalior's Dabra town, the former Madhya Pradesh CM had compared Devi with the Congress candidate from the seat, saying while the latter was a "simple person", Devi was an "item"
At a campaign meeting on Sunday in Gwalior's Dabra town, where the BJP has fielded Imarti Devi, Kamal Nath had said the Congress candidate was a "simple person" unlike his opponent who was an "item".
BJP minister calls Congress candidate’s wife ‘mistress’, day after party's protest against Kamal Nath’s ‘item’ remark
Congress’ Vishwanath Singh Kunjam said he will file a defamation suit against Bisahulal Singh, the BJP candidate from Madhya Pradesh’s Anuppur for the 3 November Assembly bypolls
Nath is facing flak from the ruling party for referring to minister Imarti Devi as "item" during a campaign speech for Assembly by-election.