MP: Floor take a look at today at 5 pm, Kamal Nath might already resign, Congress doesn’t have numbers

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Bhopal. Madhya Pradesh is witnessing steady political vanity. Yesterday whereas listening to the petition of the Supreme Court, the Kamal Nath authorities has instructed the Kamal Nath authorities to conduct ground take a look at within the Assembly at 5 pm today. But after accepting the resignation of all of the 22 insurgent MLAs, the Congress has no remaining numbers. In such a scenario, Kamal Nath can resign earlier than the ground take a look at today. Digvijay Singh says that after the resignation of 22 MLAs, it has turn out to be clear that the Congress authorities doesn’t have majority knowledge.

Explain that after the Supreme Court order got here yesterday, Kamal Nath had introduced to carry a press convention earlier than the ground take a look at. <! –

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                 This press convention has been known as within the afternoon, it’s being advised that in this press convention, Kamal Nath can announce his resignation. Congress chief Digvijay Singh says that after the resignation of 22 MLAs, the Kamal Nath authorities doesn’t have a majority determine, in such a scenario what is going to occur.

As per the order of the Supreme Court, the Kamal Nath authorities has to show majority by 5 pm on Friday night. But earlier than this, Congress chief Digvijay Singh raised doubts concerning the majority determine. Digvijay Singh mentioned {that a} authorities with majority resulting from cash and energy has been dropped at a minority. Let us let you know that after the resignation of 22 MLAs, the Congress alliance in Madhya Pradesh has solely 99 MLAs left, whereas the determine of 104 is required for almost all. At the identical time, the Bharatiya Janata Party has 106 MLAs. In such a scenario, as an alternative of going to the ground take a look at, Chief Minister Kamal Nath can submit his resignation earlier than that.

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