Politicians of my age should retire, says Digvijay
Congress General Secretary Digvijay Singh has said that time has come for politicians of his age to retire from the field.
"I think it is time that politicians of my age retire from politics and now the youth must come forward and take over," 65-year-old Singh said at a function held in Guna on Wednesday to mark the conclusion of his son Jayawardan's second yatra.
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Image: Digvijay Singh said politicians of his age should retire and make way for the youth
'Will contest the next LS polls only if party gives ticket'
However, he will contest the next Lok Sabha elections if the party gives him the ticket, he said, adding that there was no way in which he would contest the assembly elections.
Singh said that his son, Jayawardan , however, would contest next year's assembly elections only if he gets the ticket.
He alleged that the way in which corruption had spread all over Madhya Pradesh during the last eight years of Bharatiya Janata Party rule had not been dreamt of.
Image: Singh also stated that BJP's eight year rule in MP has been marked by rampant corruption