Ahead of Madhya Pradesh elections, a group of religious figures including thousands of saints from across the state led by Computer Baba declared support to the Congress in Jabalpur on Friday.
Swami Namdev Tyagi, famously known as Computer Baba, who had earlier declared to uproot the incumbent BJP government from the state and said
“(CM) Shivraj Singh Chouhan had promised me that the Narmada River will be kept clean and illegal sand mining won’t be allowed. But these promises were not kept. Now we have understood that the Shivraj government is anti-religion.”
Computer Baba had organised ‘Narmade Sansad’ in the cultural capital of Madhya Pradesh, where a gathering of like-minded religious leaders from various states, including Uttar Pradesh has been organised to decide which party they should support in the polls.
“The saints will support the Congress. When we can give 15 years to them (BJP), then we can surely give five years to Congress”, Computer baba declared.
“If Congress upholds dharma, we will go with them in future or else, we will withdraw support,” Baba added.