Kamal Nath shouldn't forget where he came from: AAP
"Kamal Nath should remind himself where he actually belongs to. He has a connection with Kanpur and Kolkata. He came as an outsider in his constituency Chhindwara and won the elections," Sanjay Singh, Rajya Sabha MP from AAP, told the media.
Immediately after taking oath as CM on Monday, Kamal Nath had told the media that his government would give incentives to those investors who provide 70 per cent of the jobs to the youth from Madhya Pradesh.
"Earlier, it was Maharashtra and Gujarat who have been against migration of people from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar into those states. Now, Kamal Nath has come up with the same ideology. Congress should question him on what grounds he made such a statement and condemn it," Singh added.
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