Madhya Pradesh Crisis: Latest update on MP’s political crisis

Madhya Pradesh Crisis: The continuing conflict in power in Madhya Pradesh has reached the juncture of constitutional arrangements and procedures.

After the resignation of around 22 Congress MLAs, the Kamal Nath government is on the verge of collapsing.

That is why the BJP’s full emphasis is on conducting a floor test in the House before the Governor’s address to the budget session of the Assembly starting March 16.

Chief Minister Kamal Nath will meet Governor Lalji Tandon today. At the same time, information is being received about gathering from Scindia supporters in Bengaluru, where about 19 MLAs are staying.

The Congress alleges that the MLAs have been held captive in Bengaluru.

Madhya Pradesh Assembly Speaker Narmada Prasad Prajapati has sent a notice to 22 rebel MLAs of Congress and called to meet them today.

These MLAs have been asked to clarify whether they have resigned their will or done so under pressure from someone.

The continuing conflict in power in Madhya Pradesh has reached the juncture of constitutional arrangements and procedures.

After the resignation of around 22 Congress MLAs, the Kamal Nath government is on the verge of collapsing. That is why the BJP’s full emphasis is on conducting a floor test in the House before the Governor’s address to the budget session of the Assembly starting March 16.

Now the Congress ball has started maneuvering under the cover of Assembly Speaker NP Prajapati in the court. On the other hand, the chairman has summoned on Friday by sending a notice to six ministers sitting in Bangalore.

Chief Minister Kamal Nath has recommended the dismissal of MLAs who have resigned from Governor Lalji Tandon, on which the Governor can decide on Friday.

In the midst of the current political crisis in the state, be it the Speaker of the Assembly or the Congress-BJP leader, they are busy in scrutinizing all the books of law.

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