Suspense stays in Madhya Pradesh for majority take a look at, all eyes on meeting speaker

by Jeremy Spirogis
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new Delhi: The proceedings of the state meeting began at 11 am on Monday within the midst of the political chaos in Madhya Pradesh. Chief Minister Kamal Nath and all of the MLAs of his social gathering reached the House. On the opposite hand, the BJP additionally shifted all its MLAs from Gurugram to Bhopal final evening. Former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh has reached the House with Chauhan. Now everybody's eyes are mounted on the Speaker. According to the directions of the state governor Lalji Tandon, today the Kamal Nath authorities has to show majority in the home. But the suspense stays intact as a result of the insurgent MLAs of the Congress are but to have any anger.

Earlier, whereas leaving from his residence, Chief Minister Kamal Nath left for the home exhibiting a 'V' signal. <! –

                 Minister of state authorities and senior Congress chief Jitu Patwari has claimed that his authorities will show majority. On the opposite hand, BJP leaders are always saying that the Kamal Nath authorities has are available in a minority and it ought to resign.

At the identical time, Kamal Nath met Governor Lalji Tandon late on Sunday. Coming out of Raj Bhavan late at round 12.20 pm, Kamal Nath advised reporters that the governor had referred to as him to debate. He stated, "The governor told me that the proceedings of the assembly should be conducted smoothly." So I advised him that I’ll speak to the speaker about it on Monday morning.

When requested in regards to the energy take a look at to be carried out within the House on Monday as per the directions of the Governor, he stated that the speaker will take a call on this regard. He advised that he has already given in writing to the Governor that his authorities is able to take a look at the ability within the House. But the 'hostage' MLAs ought to be launched first. The Congress has alleged that BJP has stored 22 of its MLAs hostage. These MLAs had resigned. Speaker NP Prajapati has accepted the resignation of six of those MLAs.

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