The Congress leader said that none of the NCP MLAs will support Ajit Pawar. Singh also asked the Shiv Sena to hit the streets to show their power in Mumbai.
The SC said a larger seven-judge bench will re-examine various religious issues, including the entry of women of all ages into the Sabarimala.
Lakshman Singh has often been in news for making statements which have left the Congress party as well as his elder brother embarrassed.
In an election rally in Jhabua district where he was campaigning for party candidate Kantilal Bhuria, the former Union Minister said that he has 'attained an age where he should retire.'
The names of Dalit leader Rajesh Lilothia, Sandeep Dikshit and Navjot Singh Sidhu are doing rounds as the PCC chief.
The list of ministers tasked by Nath to supervise campaigning across the constituency includes Bala Bachchan and Omkar Singh Markam, among others.
On the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi, Singh quoted Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, 'communalism of majority is more dangerous than the communalism of minorities.'
Congress leader Digvijaya Singh also said that efforts should be made to inculcate Mahatma Gandhi's ideology into children.
Meanwhile, the SIT probing the high-profile racket continues to grill the five arrested women about their contacts and the money and property earned.
The veteran Congress politician’s letter to minister son assumed significance, particularly as it came just a few days after his “rapes happening inside temples” remark.
Digvijaya Singh, who has kicked up controversies in the past as well with his statements, also said the Sanatan dharma is being defamed by such acts.
The posters were apparently put up around midnight outside various temples in the city, including the Parshuram temple in Char Imli area, by an unidentified right-wing body.
Efforts are on in the country to capture mutts and temples, convert them into centres of politics, claimed the Congress leader.
The development comes at a time when there are indications in political circles here that Scindia (47) is eyeing the post of Madhya Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president.
Deepak Babariya also warned partymen against indulging in indiscipline and making out-of-turn statements, saying doing so would attract strict action from the party.