After 53 years in Madhya Pradesh, historical past took a flip once more; Congress was given energy as a consequence of Scindia household

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: After 53 years in Madhya Pradesh, historical past is repeating itself as soon as once more. In 1967, as a consequence of Rajmata Vijayaraje Scindia, 53 years in the past, the Congress was ousted from energy. Now due to his grandson Jyotiraditya Scindia, the Kamal Nath authorities is being evicted from energy. In 1967, Vijaya Raje fought the Lok Sabha elections as an unbiased candidate and received by saying goodbye to the Congress. Now Jyotiraditya goes to go from BJP to Rajya Sabha.

It is noteworthy that Congress obtained a majority within the 1967 meeting elections, and D.P. Mishra turned the Chief Minister. <! –

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                 But later the 36 Congress MLAs expressed their allegiance to Vijayaraje and went to the opposition. D.P. Mishra needed to resign. Now as soon as once more the identical script has been written. The 20 Congress MLAs of the Jyotiraditya camp have resigned. As quickly because the resignation is accepted, the Kamal Nath authorities will come to the Assembly in a minority. In such a scenario, the BJP will carry a no-confidence movement towards the Kamal Nath authorities and the Kamal Nath authorities could fall.

Actually, there was a scholar motion in Gwalior in 1967. Rajmata's then CM D.P. There was an altercation with Mishra. He then left the Congress. Later, Rajmata Scindia received the Lok Sabha election as an unbiased candidate from Guna parliamentary seat. After this, Scindia took benefit of the cut up within the Congress and made Govindnarayan Singh of Satna the chief minister with the help of 36 MLAs and made the primary non-Congress authorities within the state.

After leaving the Congress, Rajmata joined the Jana Sangh and later turned the founder member of the BJP. Rajmata was made the vice-president of the BJP. The story associated to 1967 is being repeated once more today. One by one the characters are taking part in their roles.

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