Bhopal. Congress and BJP are face to face in the political struggle of power in Madhya Pradesh. Senior BJP leader Narottam Mishra on Tuesday targeted the Kamal Nath government. He has said that the Kamal Nath government is a minority government. This governor had written in the first letter itself. Has Corona come only for Bhopal, the government is finding its breath in the corona which obstructs the breath of the world. Kamal Nath government will not survive. He further said that the Chief Secretary and Secretary of Madhya Pradesh, who are taking out orders, do not do this, governments keep coming. The government has lost its majority, this fog should be cut soon. This is the guideline of Karona virus. It is not so, what has been said is wrong.
Kamal Nath government will not have floor test on Tuesday in Madhya Pradesh Assembly. Governor Lalji Tandon had asked Chief Minister Kamal Nath to prove his majority by doing floor tests on March 17, but the speaker postponed the assembly proceedings till March 26 due to the threat of corona virus. In such a situation, no preparations have been made regarding floor test in the Legislative Assembly nor the agenda of the assembly has been released for Tuesday. On the other hand, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has also said that if the BJP wants to conduct floor test, then bring no confidence motion against the government, we are ready to prove majority.
Earlier, Governor Lalji Tandon gave the floor test to the Kamal Nath government on March 17. Told you to do it. In a letter sent to CM Kamal Nath on Monday evening, the Governor wrote that the government should conduct floor test in the Assembly on 17 March. If this is not done then it will be assumed that the government does not have majority in the house. On the other hand, the Supreme Court is hearing on the BJP's petition on Tuesday, demanding the floor test of the Kamal Nath government within 48 hours.
In the midst of the political struggle in Madhya Pradesh, Governor Lalji Tandon's letter to CM Kamal Nath After leaving, the movement intensified. CM Kamal Nath then met Governor Lalji Tandon and the BJP MLAs leaving for Manesar were recalled from the airport and lodged at a hotel in Sehore. Late in the night in Delhi, Dharmendra Pradhan, the home of Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, discussed the current political situation in Madhya Pradesh. Chief Minister Kamal Nath met Governor Lalji Tandon at Raj Bhavan on Monday night amidst the political turmoil in Madhya Pradesh.
The meeting lasted for about half an hour. After meeting the Governor, Kamal Nath had said that our government is in majority. BJP brought no confidence motion. The Chief Minister had said, "Why should we have a floor test. If our government is in a minority then the BJP should bring a no-confidence motion in the Assembly. Whatever we say, we have a majority. ”