Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Wednesday mentioned that Digvijaya Singh not being allowed to satisfy insurgent Congress MLAs in Bengaluru was an indication that the BJP was making an attempt to hijack his authorities.
“Digvijayaji is our Rajya Sabha candidate, he went to meet MLAs but he was told that he is a security risk. He became a security risk amid 500 Karnataka police personnel? This shows MLAs have been held hostage and BJP is attempting to hijack the government,” Kamal Nath instructed ANI.
“Why are they not bringing a no-confidence motion, they want us to prove the majority through a floor test without bringing the no-confidence motion,” he added.
“Shivraj Singhji is dreaming of becoming the chief minister and three-four others from the BJP too are in the race, but their dreams will not be fulfilled,” he mentioned, slamming the BJP chief.
He reiterated that the MLAs in Bengaluru are beneath stress from the BJP and due to this fact their letters and press conferences maintain no that means.
Congress’ Rajya Sabha candidate from Madhya Pradesh and former chief minister Digvijaya Singh who landed in Bengaluru early on Wednesday was positioned beneath preventive arrest after he sat on a dharna close to Ramada Hotel right here, allegedly for not being allowed by police to satisfy the 21 Congress insurgent MLAs lodged in a lodge.
“I am a Rajya Sabha candidate from Madhya Pradesh, voting is scheduled for 26 March. My MLAs have been kept here, they want to speak to me, their phones have been snatched, the police is not letting me speak to them saying there is a security threat to MLAs,” Singh instructed reporters.
Singh who sat on the dharna with a face masks mentioned: “We were expecting them to come back, but when we saw they’re being held back, messages came from their families…I personally spoke to five MLAs, they said they’re captive, phones snatched away, there is Police in front of every room. They’re being followed 24/7,” Singh mentioned.
The improvement comes amid the political disaster in Madhya Pradesh within the wake of the exit of Jyotiraditya Scindia from the Congress celebration.
Scindia’s departure was adopted by 22 Congress MLAs resigning from the celebration in addition to from the state legislative Assembly.
The resignation of those MLAs has left the Kamal Nath authorities beneath the bulk mark.
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