Political disaster of Madhya Pradesh: Congress reaches Supreme Court for contact with insurgent MLAs

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: Amid the continued political disaster in Madhya Pradesh, the state Congress reached the Supreme Court on Tuesday to get in contact with its insurgent MLAs. In its petition, the Madhya Pradesh Congress has requested the courtroom to declare the motion of the Central, Karnataka authorities and the BJP unit of the state unlawful in capturing its MLAs in Bangalore illegally.

Earlier within the morning, the apex courtroom had directed the Kamal Nath authorities in Madhya Pradesh to answer the petition of BJP chief and former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan by 10:30 AM on Wednesday. <! –

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                 In this petition, BJP chief Chauhan has requested to direct the Kamal Nath authorities to get the arrogance vote within the meeting instantly.

The state Congress has additionally requested to direct all its insurgent MLAs to permit them to take part within the proceedings of the finances session of the meeting. Similarly, on this petition filed by Congress Legislature Party Chief Whip Govind Singh, the occasion has mentioned that the belief vote in the home needs to be held within the presence of all of the elected legislators of the meeting.

Not solely this, the State Congress has additionally requested the Kamal Nath authorities to declare the message despatched by Governor Lalji Tandon as 'unlawful and unconstitutional' to get the arrogance vote within the Assembly.

Governor Lalji Tandon had written a letter to the Chief Minister on Saturday that he ought to get a confidence vote within the House instantly after the Governor's tackle. But with out following this process, the Speaker adjourned the meeting for 26 March citing the corona virus.

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