- Leader of the Opposition Gopal Bhargava said: If the order is received, the government will fall within 24 hours.
- Chief Minister Kamal Nath replies- Your number 1 and number 2 are sensible so do not order
- In the 230-seat Madhya Pradesh assembly, 114 of Congress and 108 MLAs of BJP, majority of the figure, 116
Jul 24, 2019, 09:01 PM IST
Bhopal. After the fall of the Congress-JDS coalition government in Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh leader Gopal Bhargava warned of demolishing the Kamal Nath government. He said in the assembly on Wednesday that if the order number 1 and 2 above us is ordered then the Congress government will not run for 24 hours. There was a ruckus in the House on the statement of BJP leader However, only a few hours later, the House was voted on the Penal Law Bill in the House. Kamal Nath said that in our favor two BJP MLAs voted for voting.
Nath claimed that Sharad Kol, BJP legislator from Meher from the Narayan Tripathi and Shahodol's Fauwari Assembly, cast his vote in our favor. After voting, Minister PC Sharma claimed that BJP MLAs and MLAs are also in touch with Chief Minister Kamal Nath.
Bill voted clear, our government is not in a minority- Nath
After the voting, the proceedings of the House were adjourned indefinitely. Kamal Nath said that I had to prove that this government was not in a minority and today it has become clear by voting in favor of the bill. Not only that, the BSP, SP and Independent legislators are also with us. Earlier, the CM said- There is no stain on me in political life. Our MLAs sitting here are not available. Sharad Tripathi, who has been cross voting, said that I have returned home.
We did not demand a division, we wanted to support – Bhargava
Leader of the Opposition Gopal Bhargava said: "We did not demand a division on the bill. This demand was made by the BSP legislator, who was already with the Congress. We wanted to support the government on the bill. The division of votes was intentionally created in the House. President NP Prajapati said that the information about the defection of legislators has not come to him. When it comes, lawful action will be taken.
Bhargava said – the wind from Karnataka will reach Madhya Pradesh
BJP leaders were making statements about the counting of the Congress government in the state of Madhya Pradesh starting from the morning after the fall of the Kumaraswamy government in Karnataka. Outside the assembly, Gopal Bhargava had said that the wind from Karnataka will now reach Madhya Pradesh. There is a looted atmosphere in the state. Soon, in the state of Madhya Pradesh, the Congress government is going to get a boost.
Partial position in the Madhya Pradesh assembly
|B J P||108|
Total seats: 230
For the majority: 116