MP Government Crisis Updates: After the cabinet meeting in Madhya Pradesh, Public Relations Minister PC Sharma said that MLAs are not being allowed to come from Bengaluru, they are kept hostage there. He also informed about the decisions taken in the meeting and said that employees will be given five percent dearness allowance from July 2019.
With this cash payment will be made from April 1, 2020. This is considered to be a big decision of the state government amidst the political turmoil going on in Madhya Pradesh.
On the other hand, for the floor test, the BJP has issued a whip by issuing a whip to its MLAs, and has essentially issued a whip to get a majority of the BJP.
Congress MLAs arrived in Bhopal by special aircraft from Jaipur on Sunday morning and were rushed to the hotel amid tight security. On the other hand, Jyotiraditya Scindia’s pro-MLAs present in Bengaluru released the video again on Sunday morning and said that we have resigned from the post of MLA.
“We have come here voluntarily and no one has taken us hostage. Given the current circumstances, we have sought the security of CRPF, we may not be allowed to meet the speaker”, told Congress MLAs.
The MLAs also said that if any complaint is made by family members then it should be invalidated. BJP is also preparing to bring its MLAs from Gurugram’s hotel to Bhopal.
Speaking to the media in Delhi, former CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan said that the Kamal Nath government is in a minority, complete preparation for the floor test has been done and the government will fall.
Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon has written a letter to CM Kamal Nath late Saturday and asked him to conduct a floor test in the assembly on Monday.
However, CM Kamal Nath said that all the Congress MLAs are with him. The Governor should play the role of protector of the Constitution.
The government is completely safe. We will not allow the BJP to succeed in the conspiracy here. The CM has given such a statement on the possibility of furthering the budget session. Kamal Nath said that he has no worries about the government.