Bhopal: Reacting to the Supreme Court's order to conduct ground check in Madhya Pradesh Assembly on Friday, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has mentioned that he’ll take the choice after consulting authorized consultants. After the order of the Supreme Court, the Chief Minister tweeted on Thursday night time and mentioned that we are going to research the Supreme Court order and each facet of it, we’ll talk about with the authorized consultants, take recommendation, then determine on the idea of that.
We will research the Supreme Court order and each facet of it, talk about it with our authorized consultants, take recommendation, then determine primarily based on it.
– Office of Kamal Nath (@OfficeOfKNath) March 19, 2020
22 Congress MLAs of the state have resigned, out of which resignation of six MLAs has been permitted. <! –
There was doubt about 16 MLAs. Jyotiraditya Scindia's 16 MLAs who’ve joined the BJP after rebelling from the Congress are tenting in Bengaluru and these MLAs stay an issue for the federal government. If we have a look at the present state of the meeting, two of the 230 seats are vacant. The resignation of six MLAs has been permitted. In this case, Congress has 108, BJP 107, BSP two, SP one and 4 Independents.
104 members wanted for majority
But the opposite facet of the mathematics is that 22 Congress MLAs have resigned, six of them have accepted the resignation, Congress is left with solely 92 MLAs on this scenario if all of the resignations are permitted. If the Congress additionally has the help of SP, BSP and impartial MLAs, then it has solely 99 MLAs. If 22 MLAs aren’t counted out of the entire 228, then the entire variety of MLAs shall be 206 and 104 members shall be wanted for a majority. In this manner, the BJP could have 107 extra MLAs than the bulk, and the Congress could have 5 lower than the bulk.