MLA from Scindia group leaves for Bangalore from Bhopal with Chatard airplane, will meet Speaker of the Assembly

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Bhopal: Most of the 19 alleged insurgent MLAs of the Scindia camp of Madhya Pradesh Congress, staying in Bengaluru, are anticipated to succeed in Bhopal by Friday night by particular plane. There are six pro-Scindia ministers amongst them. A detailed supporter of Scindia advised right here that MLAs from Bangalore have left for Bhopal, amongst them six ministers of Madhya Pradesh authorities. He advised that these MLAs will meet the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly NP Prajapati, as a result of the Speaker issued a discover in view of the resignation despatched by him and referred to as him to fulfill him in individual on Friday.

A detailed supporter of Scindia mentioned that the particular airplane with the MLAs has left from Bangalore. <! –

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An meeting official mentioned that the Assembly Speaker had summoned the six ministers Tulsi Silavat, Mahendra Singh Sisodia, Govind Singh Rajput, Pradyun Singh Tomar, Prabhuram Chaudhary and Imrati Devi personally on Friday to confirm their resignations. Similarly, the Speaker has issued discover to seven MLAs to look on Saturday and the remaining on Sunday to confirm their resignations.

These MLAs of the Scindia camp resigned 4 days in the past. But the Congress has accused these MLAs of going hostage. The Speaker then issued a discover to attend personally to know that these MLAs had resigned from their will.

Meanwhile, in view of the arrival of those MLAs in Bhopal, safety preparations have been elevated on the airport and numerous police forces have been deployed. BJP and Congress employees are gathered in massive numbers on the airport. A heavy police pressure has additionally been deployed on the 4 Imli residence of the Speaker. In view of the frenzy of BJP and Congress employees on the airport, 144 streams have been imposed.

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