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Asking to back out is no crime: MPCC spokesperson on Digvijaya's alleged viral video

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Asking to back out is no crime: MPCC spokesperson on Digvijaya's alleged viral video

Asking to back out is no crime: MPCC spokesperson on Digvijaya's alleged viral video

Spokesperson for MP Congress Committee, KK Mishra on Congress leader Digvijaya Singh's alleged viral video said that it is not Unparliamentary conduct to ask someone to back out.

KK Mishra said, "To ask someone to back out is not Unparliamentary conduct.

If we're asking or requesting someone to back out in our favour, it's not a crime.

At least, we aren't buying MLAs like others.

Whatever is being interpreted about Digvijaya Singh is wrong." Digvijaya Singh's alleged video went viral in which he was heard asking a SP candidate for Madhya Pradesh by-polls to withdraw his name.


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