In an underhanded jibe at Digvijay, Uma Bharti stated that Digvijay should come forward to attend the camp. She said, "I must tell you that Sangh is a great nationalist organisation and it is an honour to be part of it. The people who are part of the organization are part of the organisation. I would like to suggest that you (Digvijay Singh) should visit one of the camps organized by the Sangh."
She also took the opportunity to condemn the ink attack on Baba Ramdev at the national capital on Monday. On such episodes, she commented, "Whether it is done by a person belonging to BJP or Congress, it is very condemnable. Baba Ramdev is national figure. And these incidents of insulting public leaders like Chidambaram when footwear was tossed at him or (slapping of) Sharad Pawar are equally condemnable. These acts are a misuse of media publicity."
On being asked on her chances of contesting the UP elections, she only said that BJP party chief Nitin Gadkari will take a call on that. She said, "Nitin Gadkari will decide whether (in Uttar Pradesh) I should contest elections or not. Therefore, all the answers would depend on his decisions. The key factor is his decision on my contesting the polls."