Bhopal: Following the collapse of the Congress and JDS coalition government in Karnataka, questions arising about the future of Kamal Nath government in Madhya Pradesh are getting windy. State Chief Minister Kamal Nath has challenged the Opposition to examine the majority in the House whether he wants it or not. On the other hand, Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava claimed that if number one and two were ordered from above, the government would not run for one day.
In the Legislative Assembly, Chief Minister Kamal Nath, while challenging the majority of the opposition on Wednesday, said, "If the opposition wants to test the majority any time, we are ready for it today, no legislator here is not available here." The government will run for five full years and will run with the power of development. This will be a map of development that will bring happiness to every class. "
While talking about Kamal Nath, Leader of the Opposition Bhargava said, "They do not believe in the acts like procurement of MLAs, but if number one and two are ordered from above, then the state will not take even one day."
The MLAs of Congress accused the BJP of purchasing and distributing legislators on the house. At the same time, BSP legislator Ram Bai clearly supported the Congress government and said, "The government of Kamal Nath is stubborn."
BJP gets tough blow, two MLAs rebel
In Madhya Pradesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party suffered a major setback on Wednesday. In the vote-split made in the assembly, two BJP MLAs joined the government in passing the bill. Congress claims that many more BJP legislators are in touch with him. Assembly Speaker NP Prajapati made a split vote on the demand of legislator Kushwaha, 122 MLAs voted in favor of the bill. It includes two BJP MLAs who voted in favor of the Kamal Nath government's bill. The Congress claims that MLA MLA from Maihar, Narayan Tripathi and MLA from the fair, voted in the favor of MLA Bill Sharad Cole. Tripathi has made serious allegations against the BJP. He says that he has been neglected in the BJP.