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WAS IT A MISLEADING BID VIA BREAKING NEWS?

There was Breaking News as usual. A UP Congress leader appeared on a news channel. Upset with his introduction especially his name. Instantly he dismissed the reports that Priyanka Gandhi will campaign across the country. Despite all, the anchors across channel were crying their level best. It continued till senior Congress leaders took the charge.

TIMELINE

"Congress party strongly condemns people and news channels who are doing this."
- Ajay Maken, General Secretary, Congress

Front SHELF

"It (news about Priyanka Gandhi) is an attempt by some people to divert attention from the issue and to hide MP Government's failure."
Ajay Maken

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"Congress leaders from Kamal Nath to Jyotiraditya Scindia, Digvijaya Singh, Ajay Maken and Satyavrat Chaturvedi are doing politics over dead bodies." Prakash Javadekar
Launching scathing attack on BJP and Shivraj Singh's Madhya Peradesh government, Congress General Secretary Ajay Maken termed it an effort to divert people's attention.
"Priyanka is campaigning only in Amethi and Raebareli."
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"It (news about Priyanka Gandhi) is an attempt by some people to divert attention from the issue and to hide MP Government's failure."
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"Over 100 people have died in the tragedy. The whole country is looking at the Madhya Pradesh government which could not even provide police arrangement at the place."
- Ajay Maken, General Secretary, Congress
Instantly, the BJP hit out at the Congress and alleged that the party was doing politics over dead bodies.
"Congress leaders from Kamal Nath to Jyotiraditya Scindia, Digvijaya Singh, Ajay Maken and Satyavrat Chaturvedi are doing politics over dead bodies. We condemn this attitude of the Congress... What needs to be discussed at the moment are the measures that should be taken to deal with it."
- Prakash Javadekar, BJP spokesperson

BOTTOMLINE

The state government had ordered a judicial inquiry into the Datia stampede. This incident is almost repeat of the tragedy at the same site in 2006 when over 56 pilgrims were washed away as water was released in the Sindh River from upstream.
"A commission of inquiry to look into Sunday's stampede would be set up within two days."
- Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Chief Minister, Madhya Pradesh

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