Union minister of state for commerce and industries Jyotiraditya Scindia, too, chose to focus on governance issues in Gujarat on Thursday. Asked at a media conference about Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi’s recent attacks on Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Scindia said Modi had no work to showcase, which was why he was shifting the blame.
“The state is struggling to show anything by way of work and he is now trying to shift to blame onto others. In Hindu culture, if you point a finger at others, three fingers are pointed at you,” he said.
He was in Bhopal to take part in a public meeting and to gherao CM Shivraj Chouhan's residence on the issue of alleged corruption by the BJP.