Scindia said welcome to Kamalnath in my house Gwalior
Jyotiraditya Scindia, who arrived in Gwalior, said that our thinking is evolutionary, we are not contesting elections to settle anyone. Speaking to the media about the poor rice being distributed in Madhya Pradesh, he said that media is the fourth pillar of democracy. He hopes that the media will raise the issue of public interest. Scindia said that our government always talks about development and since the BJP government came to Madhya Pradesh, all the big projects have been started. He said that soon many big projects will be approved and are going to be seen on the ground too.
Former Chief Minister Kamal Nath is about to visit Gwalior
Let us know that former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh and state president of Congress Kamal Nath is going to visit the Congress party in Gwalior Chambal soon. Along with this, on September 12, Kamal Nath is also going to address the conference of Congress workers in Gwalior. It is being told that all the angry leaders of BJP in this worker conference can take membership of the Congress party. It is being told that former Chief Minister Kamal Nath is making full preparations to take the people of Madhya Pradesh into his faith and keeping this in view, a big event is being prepared by the Congress party in Gwalior Chambal.
Scindia had to wait for a quarter of an hour
Jyotiraditya Scindia went on a Gurkhi of his Guru Sufi Saint Mansur Shah. Along with the priests of Gorkhi Devghar, they worshipped there for about a quarter of an hour, during this time many saints were present and were giving religious teachings to them. As per the tradition of his Scindia royal family, he waited for the flowers to fall as a blessing, joining the one-day Urs of Mansuri Shah. During this time, Jyotiraditya Scindia had to wait for an hour and a half to get the blessings in the form of flowers. Let us know that Jyotiraditya Scindia, as the head of her family, comes every year to seek the blessings of Manzoor Shah. Along with Jyotiraditya Scindia, his supporters and cabinet minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar were also present.