Madhya Pradesh: Congress MLA who had reported lacking, joined BJP when he returned

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: Political drama is occurring in Madhya Pradesh. Congress MLA Bisahu Lal Sahu has joined the BJP. He mentioned that I’ve joined Bhartiya Janta Party. Has additionally resigned from the legislature together with the Congress. Bisahu Lal Singh, who appeared in entrance of the media together with BJP chief Shivraj Singh Chauhan, mentioned that almost all Congress MLAs will depart the Congress within the coming days. People are upset with the best way Kamal Nath authorities works. Legislators are fed up.

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                 His telephone was additionally switched off. The MLA's son additionally lodged a report of the MLA father's disappearance at TT Nagar police station in Bhopal. Bisahu Lal Sahu got here again a day earlier. After this, CM met Kamal Nath. And today instantly he resigned from the celebration and joined BJP.

The political growth in Madhya Pradesh is at its peak. Jyotiraditya Scindia, a distinguished Congress chief, has resigned from the celebration. Meanwhile, the Congress (Cogress) dismissed him from the celebration. After his resignation, the dismissal ceased to be of a lot significance. Jyotiraditya Scindia can be part of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) at any time. Scindia met PM Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah earlier than resigning. BJP can ship Rajya Sabha in Scindia. He will also be made a Union Minister.

Political disaster continues in Madhya Pradesh. Scindia left the Congress, after which 19 Congress MLAs have resigned from the legislature. Of the 19 MLAs who resign, 6 are ministers. All of them are at present staying in a resort in Bengaluru. Everyone has resigned from there itself. It is believed that every one these will be part of Congress with Scindia leaving the Congress.

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