MP polls: Shivraj Chouhan sends Rs 10 cr defamation notice to Sonia over Congress ad
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Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan sent a Rs 10 crore defamation notice to Congress president Sonia Gandhi over a party advertisement targeting Chouhan and his family, reports said.
The chief minister in his notice, reports said, has asked Congress to withdraw the charges by publishing a similar size ad. The notice has alleged that the advertisement - published last week in poll-bound Madhya Pradesh- caused damaged to reputation to the chief minister and his family.
In the run-up to Madhya Pradesh Assembly polls, the Congress has been hitting out at Chouhan-led state government over alleged corruption practice.
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