Kamalnath will hold hectic discussions with muslim leaders as to how best they can take revenge on Hindus and RSS who helped BJP to remain in power for 15 years in Madhya Pradesh. There will be a spate of political murders and violence against RSS. Terrorist organizations like IM, SIMI along with Pakistani terrorists like LET, JEM, HM, HUA and IS will have free run in Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh will see sustained Naxalite violence. Kamalnath will bring into play his rich experience in dealing with innocent Sikhs in the aftermath of Indira Gandhi assassination in 1984. Madhya Pradesh has fallen into a quagmire of violence and financial ruin.
Despite fifteen years of BJP rule in Madhya Pradesh and severe anti incumbency Congress victory was pathetic and is propped up by the SP and BSP just like JDS giving the much needed life support to a semi comatose Congressngress in Karnataka !!!!!! So it is high time that Kamalnath is humble and thankful to the foolish electorate of Madhya Pradesh. Also Congress won because the Muslims and Dalits felt threatened due to a media created hype.
BSP and SP are the crutches on whose support a pathetically lame Congress is propped up. So Kamalnath should not gloat about his alleged success in MP but serve the people in all humility. Kamalnath should desist from making preposterous and sycophantic statements like " people are supposed to drink the ***s of Rahul Gandhi !!!!!!!
It is Kamalnath''s corrupted policies and freebies to the people of Rajasthan which will bankrupt the state in the next five years !!!! Rajasthan will rejoin the BIMARU CLUB!!!! All the good deeds of Shivraj Singh Chauhan will come to big zero and Rajasthan will go back to Digvijay Singh years of 2003 !!!!!!
Definitely now smooth for KN to start the business of loot.
Young leader like Scindia is sacrificed. MP youth will never forget it. Kamalnath is of 72 years what he will innovate now. Congress always reward to Gandhi Parivar loyalty rather merits.
indeed. posterior licking stint was the sole criterion
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