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Kamal Nath claims a dead man told him reason behind his death

·1-min read

Former Madhya Chief minister Kamal Nath is once again grabbing the headlines for a rather bizzare statement. A video has gone viral on social media platforms in which he is claiming that a dead man told him the reason behind his death.

(Photo by Himanshu Bhatt/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
(Photo by Himanshu Bhatt/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

"I just visited the residence of Mr Ramchandra Agarwal and he told me that he had died because of spurious Remdesevir injection," he is seen as saying. 

Another weird part of the video is that the former Madhya Pradesh chief minister had even forgotten the name of the person whose residence he claimed to have visited. He was fumbling while speaking the name and only the people around him had to spell out the name of the deceased person to him.

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Mr Agarwal was a Congress leader in Madhya Pradesh. The Bhartiya Janata Party government in the state is headed by Shivraj Singh at which Mr Nath was attempting to take a dig.

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