In a huge embarrassment to the Congress in Madhya Pradesh, the roadshow by the chief minister Digvijaya Singh and Computer Baba was dampened by chants of 'Modi, Modi'. Following this, as per sources, there has been a complaint filed against those who sloganeered.
On two different occasions during the roadshow, Digvijaya and his supporters had encountered people who chanted 'Modi, Modi'.
Not giving much away, Congress leader Arif Aqueel spoke about the complaint filed against people in the roadshow. "It is against those who have used abuses in the roadshow..." he said.
As per sources, those who sloganeered for Modi would be identified from the videos and held within 30 mins and questioned by the Madhya Pradesh police.
The BJP has said that posters of Sadhvi Pragya and Amit Shah have been taken down by the Nagar Nigam for the roadshow. This can be seen in the video above/
The roadshow has become controversial as there were police personnel in civil uniform who claimed they were forced to wear saffron scarves. A policewoman spoke to the media about the scarves saying, "We've been made to wear this."
On Tuesday, Digvijaya Singh had stirred another controversy as he had conducted a 'pooja' in presence of Sadhus who later said that they did not know it was a political campaign. Singh had performed a ‘pooja’ with Computer Baba and other Sadhus ahead of the Bhopal constituency Lok Sabha Elections. As per reports, Computer Baba, who was granted the status of a minister in BJP government, was already at the venue where he camped along with thousands of sadhus to undertake Hat Yog.