Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath and other MLAs assemble at the Point out Assembly in Bhopal. Photograph: ANI
Governor Lalji Tandon has asked the Congress governing administration to search for a trust vote following his tackle in the Assembly on Monday. However, keeping a ground test had no mention in the List of Company (LoB) issued by the condition Assembly secretariat on Sunday night time.
On Saturday, the governor had directed Chief Minister Kamal Nath to search for a ground test, 4 times following the Congress-led governing administration was pushed to the brink following the resignation of 22 MLAs, who are thought to be loyalists of former Congress chief Jyotiraditya Scindia, who has since joined the Bharatiya Janata Celebration (BJP). On Tuesday, 19 MLAs had e-mailed their resignations to the governor.
The Congress MLAs who had been camping in Jaipur amid the political disaster faced by the governing administration returned to Bhopal on Sunday and BJP Legislature Celebration issued a whip to all its MLAs to continue to be present in the House on Monday, and vote in favour of the celebration all through the trust vote. The BJP MLAs, who had been keeping at a lodge in Haryana, returned to Bhopal in the early hrs of Monday. They had been flown to Haryana a number of times back again.
On Saturday, the Speaker had approved the resignations of 6 ministers, who are among the 22 rebel MLAs. With this, the energy of the House has arrive down to 222 and the bulk mark now is 112.