Kamal Nath visits Hanuman temple to seek blessings

Source: The Hitavada      Date: 03 May 2018 10:10:54


 

Staff Reporter

A day after taking over the reins of Madhya Pradesh Congress, Kamal Nath visited Hanuman temple of Gufa Mandir and paid obeisance on Wednesday morning. After offering, Kamal Nath also took part in the recital of ‘aarti’ and played the musical instrument. Later, he went to Ujjain to pay obeisance to Mahakal and from there, he had gone to Pithambara Peeth of Datia.Kamal Nath, accompanied by band of Congress leaders including Kailash Mishra, P C Sharma, Corporator Guddu Chouhan, reached Gufa Mandir on Wednesday morning. It was under the guidance of Gufa Mandir Mahant Chandrama Das that Kamal Nath offered obeisance to Lord Hanuman. After remaining at Gufa Mandir for more than half an hour, Kamal Nath left to Ujjain to pay obeisance to Mahakal.


Earlier, Kamal Nath had interacted with some mediapersons at his residence. He attacked Shivraj government over plantation drive carried out on banks of Narmada river and claimed that massive irregularities have taken place in plantation work. He wanted to know the sum spent on plantation and to whom it was paid. He said that he had taken part in Digvijay Singh’s Narmada Yatra and he did not find the planted saplings. He also attacked Government over unemployment issue and farmer’s plight. Taking on BJP for claiming that Rahul Gandhi reads the scripted speech, he told that Rahul Gandhi had given a lengthy speech in Jan Akrosh Rally and it was given by him without reading a piece of paper. He accused CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan of making announcements on daily basis. On Parliament logjam, he told it is ruling party which is orchestrating the entire ‘hungama’.