Kamal Nath, the President of the Madhya Pradesh unit of the Congress, made a concerted effort on Sunday to appeal to the voters by presenting himself in a renewed light. He asserted that he has undergone substantial changes since the 2018 Assembly elections and now embodies a "2023 model."
During a rally in Datia district, the former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister stated, "I am no longer the 2018 model but a 2023 one. In 2018, our government waived the loans of 27 lakh farmers, and we will do so again this time. Additionally, we will strive to provide a sum of Rs 1 lakh 1 thousand for girls' marriages."
Kamal Nath also promised that the "era of corruption" would come to an end if the Congress assumes power in the state. His statements reflect an attempt to win over voters with a vision for a transformed and improved political landscape in Madhya Pradesh.
"We will ensure that the youths get employment opportunities," he said addressing the crowd, while urging the people to vote for the Congress on November 17 to get rid of "corruption and slavery".
The former Chief Minister emphasized that the forthcoming Assembly election transcends individual parties or personalities. Instead, it is fundamentally about shaping the future of the state and, by extension, the aspirations and prospects of the youth.
"We will give a support price of Rs 2,600 per quintal for wheat and Rs 2,500 for paddy. Our government will work towards increasing the price to Rs 3,000 per quintal. The unemployed people of the state will be given Rs 1,500 to Rs 3,000 monthly.
"We will also make school education free, and provide Rs 500 per month to students up to Class 8 while Rs 1,000 per month will be given to Class 9 and 10 students. Also, we will give Rs 1,500 per month to children of Class 11 and 12," Kamal Nath said while addressing the rally.
Kamal Nath's schedule also included a visit to the Pitambara Shaktipeeth, where he paid his respects and offered prayers to Maa Pitambara.
Following this spiritual visit, the Congress leader proceeded to address the rally, continuing his engagement with the public.
(With Agency Inputs)