The remarks have triggered an outrage with BJP leaders, led by chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, staging protests against Kamal Nath.
"Government support to madrasas needs to end as the Waqf Boards are strong enough to run such institutions to promote religious education in the spirit of the Constitution," said Usha Thakur
The roadshow was held on Monday evening following which an FIR was registered against a local BJP leader on whose application the permission was given for the roadshow in Sanver area.
1,287 patients were discharged from hospitals since Sunday evening, taking the state's recovery count to 1,45,421.
Chouhan wrote to Congress president Sonia Gandhi, demanding that Nath be removed from all party posts.
The exit of Imarti Devi and 21 other Congress MLAs in March brought down Nath's government.
Acting in the matter, the Jabalpur police arrested three accused in the case on Sunday.
The panchayat secretary of Peeparkheda Naka village Mojilal Senani has been suspended, while services of the gram rozgar sahayak Rum Singh Jamre were terminated.
The winding ravines of Chambal were once a den of trigger-happy dacoits like Malkhan Singh and Paan Singh Tomar, who unleashed a reign of terror in the region.
The court had asked the accused to give Rs 11,000 to the complainant as a customary ritual, usually offered by the brothers to sisters on rakhi and also seek her blessings.
Poisonous potali liquor kills 14 labourers, beggars in Ujjain, prime accused nabbed as CM orders probe
According to informed sources in Ujjain, the incident began with the recovery of two bodies of labourers and beggars from Chhatri Chowk (Sarai labour market) on Wednesday morning.
The Madhya Pradesh Congress unit on Monday submitted a complaint against them to the state chief electoral officer.
According to another police official, the havaldar was involved in handling deployments and finances at the corps earlier.
DSC jawan hides inside factory with rifle for over 24 hours after allegedly shooting officer dead in MP
All efforts by the Katni district police and the defence establishment there and adjoining Jabalpur district to convince the DSC jawan, Shakar Singh, to surrender with the service rifle have failed.
Madhya Pradesh has been reporting at least 1,600 COVID-19 cases every day and the state government seems reluctant to add to the existing health crisis.