When asked from where Digvijaya Singh will contest the Lok Sabha election, Chief Minister Nath said: "He will decide on his own. I have requested him to contest from one of the toughest seats which Congress has been losing for the last 30-35 years."
Congress has not announced its list of candidates for Madhya Pradesh. However, Chief Minister Nath said that the list will be out in two to three days.
"Approximately 22 lakh farmers' loans have been waived off. The process will be completed after the elections," he said.
Congress had won only three parliaments seats out 29 in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections.
In Madhya Pradesh, the poll for 29 Lok Sabha seats will be held in four phases --April 29, May 6, May 12, and May 19.
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