Bhopal: When the nation was celebrating Kargil Vijay Diwas on Thursday (26 July 2018) to commemorate India’s victory in the 1999 Kargil War against Pakistan, former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh, accompanied by a large number of supporters from the Congress party, today went in procession to the TT Nagar police station, where he presented himself for arrest as the State Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had earlier called him a “traitor”.
The Police refused to arrest him as there was no complaint or offence registered against him.
“The Chief Minister must be having evidence to prove that I am traitor”, Singh told media-persons adding “he must either register a case against me or apologise in public for the remark”. He would be taking the matter to court, Singh announced/
It is learnt that former MP Rameshwar Neekhra has gone ahead and filed a complaint against the Chief Minister accusing him of making a baseless remark and endangering peace.