Profession: Indian Politician
Brother of Digvijaya Singh
Daughters of Digvijaya Singh
Mandakini Kumari, Karnieka Kumari, Mradima Kumari
Father of Digvijaya Singh
Balbhadra Singh (Former Indian Politician)
Mother of Digvijaya Singh
Son of Digvijaya Singh
Jaivardhan Singh (Indian Politician)
Wife of Digvijaya Singh
Late Rana Asha Kumari (m.1969- 2013)
Amrita Rai, News Anchor (m.2015)
Affairs/Girlfriends of Digvijaya Singh
Major Controversies of Digvijaya Singh
Singh landed himself into controversy in May 2011 with his remark on the burial of Al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden. He said that the United States should have given a dignified burial.
In July 2013, after the Bodh Gaya bombings, Singh took to the twitter and wrote
The tweet drew him criticism for linking BJP to the attack.
A local lawyer and volunteer of RSS filed a complaint against Singh over latter's controversial tweet which came a few days after the former State finance minister was arrested following an allegation of sexual assault by his servant. Singh mentioned "Ram and Raghavji" in his tweet.
Again in July 2013, Singh bashed RSS alleging that Sangh trains its activists to prepare bombs, assuring reporters that he had video clips of four VHP and RSS activists accepting that they were trained by Sangh in making bombs. He also claimed that Batla House encounter was fake.
He found himself in the light of criticism because of his sexist remark against Meenakshi Natrajan, a Congress MP from Mandsaur. Singh, while talking to the party workers, said that party MP, Meenakshi Natrajan, is a Gandhian, simple and an honest leader. She keeps going from place to place in her constituency. I am a seasoned smith of politics. Meenakshi sau tunch maal hai."
Early in May 2017, Telangana police registered a criminal case against Singh following a complaint on his tweets which stated that the Telangana police hosted a fake ISIS website to radicalise Muslim youth.
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