Rajasthan Crisis: BSP Acting At The Behest of BJP, Says MLA Lakhan Singh
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Rajasthan Governor asks State Government to deliberate on three aspects- 21-day notice period before convening session, maintaining social distancing norms and certain conditions to be followed, in case confidence motion is moved. pic.twitter.com/oUQ0648wTd— ANI (@ANI) July 27, 2020
Meanwhile, six MLAs who have joined the Congress after winning the election on the BSP ticket have alleged that Bahujan Samaj Party is working at the behest of BJP and is trying to bring down the Government of Rajasthan. MLA Lakhan Singh, who has joined the Congress, asked why after 9 months the BSP has remembered those MLAs who have left the party. He said that two-third of the MLAs are needed to merge with the other party and in Rajasthan, all the six BSP MLAs had joined the Congress. This decision is not unconstitutional from anywhere. This decision is not unconstitutional from anywhere. MLA Lakhan Singh alleged that the BSP is now doing all this only at the behest of the BJP. The BSP has issued a whip to these MLAs and has also approached the court. However, all the six MLAs in the Congress claim that they have not received any notice. On Sunday night, the BSP issued a whip to the 6 MLAs who won on its ticket in Rajasthan, asking that 6 MLAs vote against the Congress party during the no-confidence motion or any other process in the assembly and disqualify them if the MLAs do not do so. It remains to be seen whether Ashok Gehlot manages to save his government during the strength test when the assembly session starts.
हमें मीडिया से पता चला है कि उन्होंने (BSP) कोई नोटिस भी दिया है पर हमें कोई नोटिस नहीं मिला है। हम कांग्रेस के साथ हैं चाहे कोई भी परिस्थिति आए: लखन सिंह BSP विधायक, राजस्थान https://t.co/2sSzqQpAds— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) July 27, 2020