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Digvijay Singh’s petition dismissed in Karnataka High Court

new Delhi. Amid the ongoing political upheaval in Madhya Pradesh, Congress leader Digvijay Singh, who was sitting on a hunger strike in Bangalore, held a press conference, targeting the BJP and Jyotiraditya Scindia fiercely. On the other hand, the petition was rejected by the Karnataka High Court seeking to direct the local police to meet Congress MLAs staying in Bangalore filed by Singh.

Explain that the Karnataka High Court has rejected the petition of Congress leader Digvijay Singh, in which he had asked the court to issue directions to the Bangalore Police to meet the Congress MLAs of Madhya Pradesh.

On Wednesday, Digvijay Singh informed about filing a petition in the High Court by holding a press conference. During this time, he also targeted the BJP and Jyotiraditya Scindia fiercely. He said that the BJP is busy toppling the elected government. Although we successfully thwarted his plan to destabilize the Madhya Pradesh government, we were disappointed by Jyotiraditya Scindia, who made a very successful career while in Congress.

We never expected that he would cheat us and join hands with the BJP. Digvijay Singh also said that I have filed a petition in the Karnataka High Court, seeking permission to meet the Congress MLAs of Madhya Pradesh present in Bangalore. He said that with this I have decided to be on a fast and will consider it only after the decisions of the Supreme Court and the High Court.

BJP wrote a letter to the Chief Election Commissioner

Madhya Pradesh BJP has written a letter to the Chief Election Commissioner saying that Digvijay Singh, a candidate for the Rajya Sabha election, has gone to Bangalore to pressurize the MLAs staying at Ramada Hotel to vote in his favor, a violation of the model code. The letter further states that it is therefore requested that appropriate action be taken against Digvijay Singh (Congress leader) and others so that the Rajya Sabha elections can be held in a peaceful and democratic manner.

Earlier on Wednesday morning, Congress leader Digvijay Singh sat on a dharna near Ramda Hotel in Bangalore to meet the rebel MLAs. From where the police removed them and took them to the police station. He was taken into preventive custody by the Bangalore Police, where he sat on a hunger strike. Madhya Pradesh Congress leaders Sajjan Singh Verma and Kantilal Bhuria were also present with them during this time. At the same time, the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath said that if needed, he can go to Bangalore. Meanwhile, the state government had approved the formation of three new districts.

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