This is despite 16 out of the 28 Assembly seats, up for he byelections, are located in the Gwalior-Chambal region from where the 2008 Malegaon blast accused originally hails.
Pragya Singh Thakur, while raising the issue during Zero Hour, said it should be ascertained why there was a mob during the coronavirus-induced lockdown and why innocent victims were killed.
Meanwhile, India on Sunday recorded 48661 cases of COVID-19, taking the country's tally to 13,85,522.
Pragya Thakur said she along with her staff and security could not get tickets on time due to the travel restrictions.
Pragya Singh Thakur said in the video that her condition is not good and visibility in one of her eyes was gone while the second only had 25% vision.
Thakur accused the Congress of orchestrating the violence in Delhi.
Police said Sayyed Abdul Rahman Khan had sent the envelope containing the threatening letter and the pouch containing the white powder to implicate his brother and mother in a false terror case.
While addressing the media he said that he doesn't consider Pragya Singh Thakur a 'sadhvi'
The Congress suffered its biggest defeat in Lok Sabha polls, managing to win just one out of 29 seats in the state.
The statement ended with the expression of regret over the inconvenience caused to the BJP leader but also added that passenger safety is a major concern for SpiceJet.
The Lok Sabha MP from Bhopal filed the complaint on Saturday after allegedly being inconvenienced onboard a flight.
Thakur was at Kamla Nehru police station in Bhopal and officials were holding a discussion with her, a senior police official said.
According to the bill, whoever insults Mahatma Gandhi or other icons of the freedom movement shall be punished with imprisonment for a term of seven years.
Thakur had moved a breach of privilege notice against Gandhi for calling her a 'terrorist'.
The apex court had last week reserved its verdict on Purohit's plea seeking interim bail in the 2008 Malegaon blast case.