Kamal Nath targets BJP
Kamal Nath targets the BJP on passing the Criminal Law (Amendment) Bill in the Assembly and voting in favor of two BJP legislators in favor of the government. CM Kamal Nath said that BJP is telling us in a minority and saying that the government may fall on any day. While voting on the Criminal Law Bill in the House today, two BJP MLAs have voted in favor of the government in the House.
Leader of Opposition Bhargava's government claims to drop in 24 hours
After the fall of the Congress-JDS coalition government in Karnataka on Tuesday, Madhya Pradesh leader Gopal Bhargava said in Vidhan Sabha that this government can ever fall. He said, if the order number 1 and 2 above us, then the Congress government will not run for 24 hours.
Kamal Nath responded by saying that your numbers 1 and 2 are sensible, so do not order. Who are these numbers one and two? Everyone knows about them. Our government will complete five years in Madhya Pradesh. If the BJP thinks that we do not have a majority, then we can bring a no-confidence motion today. Will prove that the government is in a minority or not? Kamal Nath said that the sitting MLAs are not available here.
Congress, running with the support of SP, BSP, Independents
No party in Madhya Pradesh has a majority on its own. In the assembly elections of 2018, the Congress emerged as the largest party by winning 114 seats out of the 230 assembly seats in the state. He was left behind for the majority of 116 figures. Kamal Nath is running the government with the support of 4 Independents, 2 BSPs and one SP MLA. While BJP has 108 MLAs While one seat is currently empty.