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Kamal Nath govt braces for floor test as BJP seeks vote on March 16

The BJP in Madhya Pradesh will seek a floor take a look at on March 16 in the wake of 22 Congress MLAs resigning the condition, a senior BJP leader said on Thursday.

The fifteen-month-previous Kamal Nath-led federal government has been going through deep disaster adhering to the resignation of 22 Congress MLAs after previous Union minister Jyotiraditya Scindia stop the get together on Tuesday.

“Since the federal government is in minority, we are heading to request the governor and the Assembly speaker for a floor take a look at on March 16 when the condition price range session starts,” BJP’s main whip in the Madhya Pradesh Assembly Narottam Mishra told reporters listed here.

The governor and the speaker have the resignations of 22 MLAs. Now it is up to them to get a phone, he said.

“This federal government has missing majority,” senior BJP leader previous main minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said listed here.

The Congress has a wafer skinny majority in the 228- member Assembly. In advance of the rebel, its tally was 114.

It also has the aid of four Independents, two BSP MLAs and just one from the SP, but some might now change sides to the BJP.

If the resignations of the 22 MLAs are recognized, the toughness of the Assembly will drop to 206.

The Congress, on its personal, will then be still left with ninety two seats, whilst the BJP has 107 seats with the magic quantity for a majority currently being 104.