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Former CM Kamal Nath campaigns for Ratlam municipal elections

Ratlam (Madhya Pradesh): On the last day of campaigning before the municipal elections in Ratlam, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath campaigned for mayoral and party corporation candidates in the city. The state party leader canvassed voter support for the party’s candidates during the three-hour marathon road show.

At the event, Congress Leader Kantilal Bhuria, State Youth Congress Chairman Vikrant Bhuria as well as Congress candidate Mayank Jaat were present along with State Congress Chairman Kamal Nath.

Nath, who arrived in Ratlam on the last day of the election campaign, held a meeting with intellectuals before the road show and sought a vision for the development of the city and called for voting for the future of Ratlam.

Nath also addressed the general meeting at the MLA Auditorium here. After that, during the marathon road show that lasted 3 hours in the city, Congress Mayor Mayank Jat and councilor candidates demanded votes in favor of the candidates.

Meanwhile, speaking to the media here, Nath attacked the BJP and Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan. Nath said that in the state, the BJP has created a system of corruption from below to the ministry. When I became chief minister, I was handed over to a state full of scams.

Regarding the election of Ratlam municipal corporation, Kamal Nath said that Ratlam gave the corporal’s country to the prime minister and in response which city has, we all know. But it is sad to see Ratlam’s condition. Nath called on the townspeople to choose Ratlam’s future.

On the question of not voting, Kamal Nath said that his village was not within the domain of the municipal corporation. Everyone is mine in my village. I can’t discriminate against anyone, that’s why I didn’t vote.