Afraid of defeat, BJP is trying to buy and sell MLAs: Kamal Nath

Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and senior Congress chief Kamal Nath has as soon as once more accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of trying to sell and sell MLAs. Kamal Nath mentioned on Friday that voters of Madhya Pradesh have voted for the reality within the by-elections held in 28 meeting seats. The BJP has realized that it is going to face an enormous defeat, so they’re once more trying ‘horse buying and selling’. Kamal Nath claimed that a number of unbiased MLAs have been approached.

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The outcomes of Tuesday’s by-elections in 28 meeting seats in Madhya Pradesh shall be revealed on November 10. These outcomes of the by-election won’t solely resolve the destiny of the BJP authorities led by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh, however may even impression the political future of the three satraps of the state – Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan, former Chief Minister Kamal Nath and BJP chief Jyotiraditya Scindia. Let us let you know that these three influential leaders have been concerned within the political upheaval for energy within the state in March this 12 months.

In this uproar, Scindia was instrumental in bringing down the 15-month-old Congress-led authorities led by Kamal Nath. After Scindia left the Congress in March, 22 Congress MLAs who supported him resigned from the meeting membership and joined the BJP. Due to this, the then authorities of Kamal Nath was lowered to a minority, due to which Kamal Nath resigned as Chief Minister on March 20 and after this, BJP authorities was once more fashioned on March 23 below the management of Chauhan.

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According to information company PTI, political specialists say that if the BJP below the management of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan wins greater than 15 of these 28 seats within the by-election, then his stature within the celebration will improve additional. Chauhan belongs to Other Backward Classes (OBC) and the inhabitants of this class within the state is greater than 50 p.c. According to analysts, in March, the central management of BJP gave Chauhan the accountability of the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh for the fourth time, as a result of he has an excellent picture within the public.

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