Political turmoil in Madhya Pradesh: doubt on Kamal Nath's ground check, BJP MLA despatched to Bhopal

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Bhopal: Political fury continues in Madhya Pradesh. BJP leaders reached the Raj Bhavan on Sunday night time and met the governor on Sunday night time, when the agenda for the primary day of the finances session of the meeting, beginning on Monday, was not talked about after Governor Lalji Tandon's tackle. The Governor wrote a letter to Chief Minister Kamal Nath late on Saturday night time to show his majority within the Assembly. After that the BJP talked about to the Governor the disturbances within the digital voting machine of the meeting. On this, Governor Lalji Tandon wrote a letter to the Chief Minister on Sunday that BJP has not talked about the power of digital voting within the meeting, if it’s so, then the method of the belief vote must be carried out by elevating palms. <! –

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                 However, within the meantime BJP despatched all its MLAs from Gurugram to Bhopal on Sunday night time.

The Chief Minister was requested by the Governor to get a vote of confidence after the tackle, however the agenda issued by the Assembly Secretariat solely mentions the tackle. On this situation, late on Sunday night time, BJP's Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava and Chief Whip Dr. Narottam Mishra met the Governor and knowledgeable them in regards to the structure.

After assembly the Governor, Bhargava advised reporters, "The agenda only mentions the Governor's address, which is a violation of the instructions given by the Governor earlier." This is unconstitutional, as a result of the governor is the top of the structure. That is why the governor has come to present memorandum.

Earlier on Sunday afternoon, a delegation of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) once more met Governor Lalji Tandon on Sunday and apprised them of the technical glitch within the meeting's digital voting machine. At the identical time, requested to undertake such a means of voting, which might result in honest voting throughout the ground check.

As the consultant of the BJP, Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava and former Minister Narottam Mishra reached the Raj Bhavan on Sunday afternoon and met Governor Lalji Tandon. These leaders advised the governor that the digital voting machine of the meeting has been reported to be faulty. In this case, mandatory steps must be taken to make sure that the voting is honest. BJP leaders instructed that the method of elevating the hand throughout the ground check must be adopted if the machine is flawed for voting.

Governor Tandon wrote a letter to the Chief Minister and the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly on Saturday night time, asking them to vote on the movement of confidence quickly after the tackle on Monday. The vote must be carried out by urgent the break up button and its videography is completed.

BJP leaders additionally met the governor on Saturday and demanded a ground check earlier than the tackle and finances session. Former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, who got here out of the Raj Bhavan after assembly the Governor, mentioned, "There is a minority government in the state, so floor test should be done before the Governor's address and budget session."

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