Raj Express Amid political developments in Madhya Pradesh, about 70 Congress MLAs reached Raj Bhavan to fulfill Governor Lalji Tandon on Wednesday. The Congress submitted a memorandum to the Governor to deliver insurgent MLAs current in Bengaluru to Bhopal. Earlier on Tuesday night, Assembly Speaker NP Prajapati wrote a letter to the Governor. In this too, he appealed to Bengaluru to deliver again the MLAs.
Congress legislators have written a letter to Governor Lalji Tandon and demanded that in Bengaluru, BJP has saved 16 Congress MLAs hostage. Chief Minister Kamal Nath has additionally requested you to free them. <! –
Some MLAs together with Digvijay Singh arrived in Bengaluru on Wednesday. He wished to speak there being a Rajya Sabha candidate. This can also be the appropriate of Digvijay Singh, however the police and administration officers didn’t let him meet the MLAs. All Congress leaders had been taken into custody. All Congress MLAs demand from you that each one 16 fellow hostages in Bengaluru be freed.
Congress MLAs wrote to Governor Lalji Tandon and demanded
Congress MLAs met His Excellency the Governor today and advised that 16 MLAs of the state are in captivity in Bengaluru.
– The Governor has been requested to make use of his constitutional affect to free the hostage legislators. pic.twitter.com/wv3YuBFZ4C
– MP Congress (@INCMP) March 18, 2020
On the opposite hand, Madhya Pradesh Congress chief is protesting towards Gandhi Murthy over the arrest of Digvijay Singh in Bangalore today at Minto Hall in Bhopal. They demand from the Governor of Madhya Pradesh that they intervene on this matter and get their minister and 16 MLAs launched from there.
Minto Hall, Bhopal: Congress leaders of Madhya Pradesh are protesting in entrance of Gandhi Murthy relating to the arrest of Digvijay Singh, which passed off in Bengaluru today. They demand from the Governor of Madhya Pradesh that they intervene on this matter and get their minister and 16 MLAs launched from there. pic.twitter.com/2umLyMFVZj
– ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) March 18, 2020