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“Won’t Interfere In Trust Vote In Madhya Pradesh” Supreme Court Tells BJP

Hearing the Bharatiya Janata Party’s petition to conduct a trust vote in Madhya Pradesh as soon as possible, the court ruled that it would not interfere in legislature matters to decide who enjoys the trust.

Slamming the doors right on BJP’s face, the court ruled that “as a constitutional court, we have to discharge our duties”.

Source – Business Standard

The petition was filed by the BJP goverement after 22 MLAs from the Kamal Nath government resigned post the resignation of Jyotiraditya Scindia. BJP in the petition has argued that post the resignation of the MLAs, the goverement in Madhya Pradesh no more enjoys a majority and thus must stand down.

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The Congress government, meanwhile, said that its MLAs are held captive in Bengaluru and blamed the BJP for “subverting democracy” in the state. Madhya Pradesh assembly, meanwhile, has accepted the resignation of six out of 22 MLAs and Congress wants other MLAs to be brought back the assemble before a trust vote.

Source – National Herald

Attorney General Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for the BJP, offered to produce all 16 rebel MLAs in the judges’ chamber but the court did not agree to the request.

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Rahotgi said that Congress wants to take the rebel MLAs to Bhopal and lure them to join back the party. “Congress wants rebel MLAs to go to Bhopal so that they can be lured and it can do horse trading,” said Rohatgi.

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