Madhya Pradesh: Rebel MLAs adamant, no Congress leader allowed to meet them
Madhya Pradesh: Rebel MLAs adamant, no Congress leader allowed to meet them

There has been a political uproar in Madhya Pradesh for a long time. 22 MLAs now present in Bengaluru have written to the Director-General of Karnataka Police asking that no Congress leader or member be allowed to meet them so that their lives and security are not endangered. After reaching Digvijay Singh Bangalore this morning, Ramada reached the hotel to meet the MLAs. After not getting permission to meet him, he sat on a dharna. After this, he was taken into custody.

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According to media reports, the Congress delegation is scheduled to meet Governor Lalji Tandon at 1.45 pm in the afternoon. Earlier, during the hearing in the Supreme Court on the petition filed for the demand for a floor test, advocate Dushyant Dave on behalf of the Congress MLAs said that today we are in a peculiar situation. The people of Madhya Pradesh reposed trust in the Congress. The government was working well for 18 months.

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On this matter, Dushyant Dave told the court that the BJP is using the force to put democratic principles in danger. Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and BJP leader Shivraj Singh Chauhan have filed this petition. Chief Minister Kamal Nath has said that if needed, he too can go to Bangalore to meet the MLAs.

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