Supreme Court decision on MP floor test

MP Political Crisis: Supreme Court’s decision on MP floor test over Shivraj Singh Chauhan plea


New Delhi: The Supreme Court has given its verdict on the petition of BJP leaders demanding floor test in Madhya Pradesh. The apex court said that on March 20, that is to say, the assembly session tomorrow, the floor test should be conducted on the same day. Voting will be done with hands raised and videography will be done. The order said that the law and order should be maintained and the process should be completed by 5 pm. After this order, clouds of crisis are seen on the Kamal Nath government of Madhya Pradesh.


According to the Supreme Court order, rebel Congress MLAs sitting in Bengaluru are not obliged to participate in the proceedings of the House. The Supreme Court ordered that the only agenda of the Legislative Assembly would be to prove a majority and no obstacle should be created for anyone.

In fact, on March 10, Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia resigned from the Congress. A day after this resignation, he joined the BJP. After which the Kamal Nath government of Madhya Pradesh came under crisis.

The 22 MLAs of the Scindia camp also announced their resignation, including six ministers. All these leaders are present in Bengaluru right now. The ruling Congress claims that under the pressure of BJP leaders, these MLAs have been kept in the resort, they should be freed and then a floor test.

About this, the leaders of the BJP took the Supreme Court recently. The Supreme Court has ordered a floor test after a long hearing for two days today and tomorrow. If we look at the numbers, the Kamal Nath government is in trouble.

BJP is happy with the decision of the Supreme Court. Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan targeted the Congress and said that a minority government would definitely fall. He said that tomorrow will win the truth.

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Mathematics of Madhya Pradesh:

Consider the political arithmetic of Madhya Pradesh, the Assembly has 230 members and two seats are vacant. The resignations of six MLAs have been approved. At the same time, the resignations of 16 Congress MLAs are pending. The BJP hopes that it has 107 MLAs and is in a majority in the House.

If the resignation of 16 Congress MLAs is approved, then the number of Congress MLAs will be 92 and Congress has a total of 99 MLAs including two BSP, one SP, and four Independents. Due to the rebellious attitude of one BJP MLA Tripathi, the BJP’s figure appears to be 106.

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