Narendra Modi ridicules Digvijaya Singh for not casting a ballot, says ‘even I went to Ahmedabad, yet Diggi Raja didn’t feel need to cast poll’

Ratlam: Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit out at Congress pioneer Digvijaya Singh for not making his choice, expressing that the Congress chief is setting an undesirable point of reference for youthful voters.

“The nation is choosing its delegates, even I went to Ahmedabad to make my choice. The president and VP of the nation were remaining in lines to thrown their votes. Be that as it may, ‘Diggi Raja’ didn’t want to make his choice,” he said while tending to a race rally in Ratlam on Monday.

Narendra Modi taunts Digvijaya Singh for not casting a ballot, says even I went to Ahmedabad, yet Diggi Raja didnt feel need to cast vote

Document picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. PTI

“First-time voters are intently observing every one of the pioneers on their cell phones. You (Digvijaya) are showing them not to cast a ballot, despite the fact that first-time voters need to cast a ballot for the sake of the advancement of the country. You are instructing them that it’s not important to cast a ballot,” he included.

Digvijaya, an enrolled voter in Raghogarh, was unfit to made his choice on Sunday amid the 6th period of Lok Sabha surveys, a move which he is confronting boundless analysis for.

On Sunday, previous Madhya Pradesh boss pastor Shivraj Singh Chouhan said Digvijaya’s choice not to cast a ballot demonstrates his mentality towards vote based system.

“Diggi Raja acted in an abnormal way. He was panicked to the point that he turned out poorly made his choice. Casting a ballot is our preeminent obligation in a majority rules system. For an individual, who was the main priest for a long time, neglecting to survey his votes demonstrates his frame of mind towards majority rules system,” Chouhan said while tending to a social occasion at Indore.

Rajgarh and Bhopal Lok Sabha seats went to surveys on 12 May amid the 6th period of continuous Lok Sabha decision. The checking of votes will be done on 23 May.

Digvijaya is challenging the continuous surveys against BJP’s Pragya Singh Thakur from Bhopal.

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