Madhya Pradesh: State Ministers Are Unhappy With SP-BSP MLA, Kamal Nath Govt in Trouble

Jul 19 2019 03:26 PM
Madhya Pradesh: State Ministers Are Unhappy With SP-BSP MLA, Kamal Nath Govt in Trouble

Bhopal: BSP and Samajwadi Party (SP) MLAs, who support the Kamal Nath government in Madhya Pradesh, are extremely unhappy with the attitude of the ministers. They are also willing to apprise CM Kamal Nath of the situation. In Uttar Pradesh, the Congress is running with the support of Kamal Nath government, two from BSP, one from SP and four independents. Congress does not have an absolute majority in the state.

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The Congress has 114 MLAs in the 230-house of state, while the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has 108 MLAs. One seat in the state is vacant from becoming an MP of the BJP MLA. While both BSP MLAs Ram Bai and Sanjeev Singh Kushwaha are currently in the fray, SP MLA Rakesh Shukla has also expressed his displeasure. BSP MLA Ram Bai is displeased with the fact that cases have been registered against his family and many people are imprisoned.

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Ram Bai says that even in Madhya Pradesh also there crisis like Karnataka and Goa. There is my support to the state government because Kamal Nath should continue as CM. Similarly, BSP MLA Sanjeev Singh Kushwaha says ministers should be sensitive, but they are not. Legislators are not working. Kamal Nath is working. The current government has been supported by BSP President Mayawati from outside, which continues.

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