Sadhvi Pragya was brought in only to answer Digvijaya Singh, and the Congress that had done nothing beyond ‘distancing’ itself from Singh’s controversial comments on Hindutva.
Madhya Pradesh has always been a laboratory for the RSS. This time though, it is trying its biggest experiment yet.
Digvijaya Singh was supposed to be the rational, heck, normal candidate standing against Sadhvi Pragya in Bhopal. That's until he invited 7,000 sadhus to do a havan, including a mirchi havan, and 'hot yoga' for him.
Amit Shah putting a number to casualties is a self-goal, while Navjot Singh Sidhu has forgotten the difference between being a guest on comedy shows and an elected MP.
Digvijaya, along with Bhanwar Jitendra Singh, is apparently in the race for the post of AICC general secretary, vacated recently by Ashok Gehlot.
Called the 'Ekta Yatra', the latest initiative aims at resolving the differences between Congress leaders right down to the village level.
There are examples within the grand old party where an extensive yatra has helped a leader strengthen his base.
Our leaders are but a repulsive parody of Gandhi's three wise monkeys.
The present flurry of activity in the grand old party began with the firing in Mandsaur that led to the death of five farmers.
The party has neither challenged Modi government nor attacked PM for being silently approving of cow vigilantes by refusing to condemn their murders.