Just earlier than the upcoming Rajya Sabha elections, the Congress-led Madhya Pradesh authorities appears to be beset by a disaster. At least 17 MLAs, together with senior Congress chief Jyotiraditya Scindia, haven’t any contact with one another. Everyone's cellphone is coming off. Actually Scindia calls for that he be despatched to Rajya Sabha.
'Conspiracy to topple authorities'
The Congress has alleged that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLAs are attempting to topple the Kamal Nath-led authorities by making a dent within the Congress MLAs. Earlier on Monday, Chief Minister Kamal Nath met Congress interim president Sonia Gandhi. <! –
In truth, the political drama within the state began final week when ten Congress MLAs of Madhya Pradesh went lacking. After which Cagrance accused the BJP, however the BJP refused to simply accept any of the allegations.
These leaders have stopped calling
Significantly, among the many ministers whose cellphones are off, Health Minister Tulsi Silavat, Labor Minister Mahendra Singh Sisodia, Transport Minister Govind Singh Rajput, Women and Child Development Minister Imarti Devi, Food and Civil Supplies Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar and School Education Minister Dr. Prabhu Chaudhary. However, the Congress spokesperson says that there isn’t a such factor. Earlier within the day, a bunch of Congress leaders demanded that Priyanka Gandhi Vadra be nominated from the state for the Rajya Sabha elections.
Met many leaders in delhi
Earlier on Sunday evening, Chief Minister Kamal Nath got here to Delhi. Met the highest Congress leaders for the present political state of affairs and nomination for the Rajya Sabha election to be held on 26 March. At current, the tenure of Rajya Sabha of Congress chief Digvijay Singh, BJP chief Prabhat Jha and Satyanarayan Jatiya ends on April 9. In Madhya Pradesh, which has 230 meeting seats of Malum Ho, each events are contesting to win one Rajya Sabha seat whereas the third seat is prone to be tossed. At current, the Congress has 114 MLAs, whereas the BJP has 107 MLAs.