Digvijay Singh

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister on Wednesday alleged that BJP is murdering democracy and he might go to Bengaluru to meet the MLAs. This comes after senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh visited Bengaluru to meet 16 rebel MLAs.

Digvijay Singh was first taken to Amruthahalli Police Station in Bengaluru and then has been shifted to someplace unknown. He said, “I don’t know where I am being taken. I should have been allowed to meet my MLAs. I am a law-abiding citizen. We will bring back our MLAs.”

After the arrest, Kamal Nath had tweeted accusing BJP and the police of “dictatorial” behavior and also compared the arrest with Hitler’s rule.


Digvijay Singh sat on Dharna earlier today when the police denied him permission to visit the Hotel.









In a tweet, Digvijaya Singh had earlier said that the Karnataka Police didn’t allow him to meet the MLAs.

He added that he was a Gandhian, and not a threat to the lawmakers’ safety. Digvijay Singh further accused the BJP of “abducting democracy” and holding the rebels captive.

In an interaction with ANI, Digvijay Singh said that he has had a word with five MLAs who have tendered their resignation. He has been informed that BJP has kept the MLAs as “captives”, and their phones have also been taken away.

There was police personnel in front of every room, and the MLAs were being followed 24/7, he added.

After Digvijaya Singh, two more Congress leaders— Sachin Yadav and Kantilal Bhuria—have been placed under preventive arrest.

The Supreme Court will be hearing a petition filed by BJP leader Shiv Raj Chouhan today.  The petition was filed demanding a floor test in Madhya Pradesh. The Court had issued notice to the Speaker, Governor, and Chief Minister.


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