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Mar 17, 2020
2:48PM

Madhya Pradesh MLAs blame Kamal Nath govt of failing to address prevailing problems in state

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The Madhya Pradesh MLAs camping in Bengaluru have said that they have resigned voluntarily without any duress. Addressing media persons in Bengaluru today, they blamed the Kamal Nath Government of failing to address the prevailing problems in the state. One of the Congress MLAs, Govind Singh Rajput said that Kamalnath Government is neglecting development works. He accused the state Government of sanctioning funds only for the development of Chhindwara constituency represented by Chief Minister Kamalnath.

He also added that it was not appropriate to adjourn the legislative session on the pretext of corona virus, when not even one case of COVID 19 is reported in Madhya Pradesh. On going back to Bhopal, he said they are ready to go anytime but are worried about their safety. Another MLA Tulasiram Silawat said that all the 22 MLAs who have resigned will not join BJP and take a call later. Imrati Devi whose resignation has been accepted by the Speaker said that Jyotiraditya Scindia is her leader and will stand by him. These MLAs are camping in a private resort in Bengaluru since the beginning of this month.

Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly Speaker N P Prajapati has accepted the resignations of six rebel MLAs who were ministers.

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