Kamal Nath who had held a meeting with all the candidates of the state made a big claim. Talking to media after the meeting, Kamal Nath said, ‘At least 10 MLAs have told me now that they are getting phone calls where they are being offered money & posts’.
He added that he has complete trust on all the Lawmakers of the party in the state.
Madhya Pradesh CM Kamal Nath: I have complete trust on the MLAs of Congress party. At least 10 MLAs have told me now that they are getting phone calls where they are being offered money & posts. pic.twitter.com/uAuaFKmIEN
— ANI (@ANI) May 21, 2019
He further said that not even a single Lawmaker will desert from our party. He further slammed BJP and said that BJP is just doing this to boost the morale of its workers in the state.
While Congress Staunch Leader Mallikarjun Kharge also slammed BJP of creating ‘unwanted’ tussle in the state. He said this is nothing but the fear of getting exposed if Congress will remain in the power for long.
Speaking to ANI, Kharge said, ‘Congress in the state has a clear majority. BJP is creating unwanted panic in the state. BJP thinks that if the Congress government will remain in power for long all the scams of the BJP in the state will be exposed’, Kharge told ANI.
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath had on Monday said that he is ready to face a floor test in the state assembly to prove its majority. Speaking to news agency ANI, MP Chief Minister Kamal Nath accused Bharatiya Janata Party of making efforts to disrupt the Congress Government in the state. He said that he is ready to give a floor test once again.
‘Bharatiya Janata Party have been trying this since day 1. I have proved a majority at least 4 times in the last 5 months since we formed our government in December. They want to do it again, we have no problem. They will try their best to disturb present govt to save themselves from getting exposed. Govt is ready for a floor test’ said Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath as quoted ANI.
In a letter to the state governor Aanandiben Patel, Bharatiya Janata Party claimed that Kamal Nath-led Government in the state is in minority and requested to call a special session of the state assembly.
Kamal Nath government in the state is power banking on the support of 2 MLAs of BSP, 1 of Samajwadi Party and 4 Independents. In state polls that held in December last year, Congress ended up with 114 seats in 230 assembly seat state and fell short of a majority by 2 seats.
Bhartiya Janta Party has 109 Lawmakers in the state.