Kamal Nath wrote letter to Amit Shah, in Bengaluru & # 039; Mortgage & # 039; Request to free 22 MLAs created

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath has written a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah requesting the discharge of 22 MLAs held hostage in Bengaluru, and guaranteed the MLAs to supply enough safety. Chief Minister Kamal Nath has written a letter to the Union Home Minister Shah on Saturday night. It has given the main points of the political occasions from March three until now. He stated that first three Congress, BSP and Independent MLAs have been taken to Gurugram, these MLAs have been taken to BJP leaders, then 19 MLAs have been taken to Bangalore by three chartered plane. The planes have been organized by the BJP. <! –

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The Chief Minister has stated in his letter that the MLAs have been held captive in Bengaluru, when the daddy of an MLA went to Bengaluru to satisfy the son, he was not allowed. At the identical time, the 2 ministers who have been with him, the police have been indecently arrested and arrested. Not solely this, the resignations of those MLAs have been despatched via the BJP chief.

In a letter to the Union Home Minister, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has stated that the Governor has instructed him that the safety of the MLAs who will seem earlier than the Speaker of the Assembly needs to be entrusted to the CRPF.

He wrote, 'As the Chief Minister of the state, it’s my accountability to make sure the protection of the MLAs together with the widespread residents. If 22 MLAs are launched from Bengaluru, the best safety preparations can be ensured by the state authorities.

The Chief Minister has requested Shah to train his powers in order that the 22 Congress MLAs who’re incarcerated can return safely and so they can fulfill their accountability by collaborating within the meeting session with out worry and greed.

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