Demanding a special assembly session, Bharatiya Janata Party has written a letter to the Governor of Madhya Pradesh urging or claiming that Kamal Nath led Congress government is in minority.
“Kamal Nath need to prove its majority in the assembly, LOP (Leader of Opposition)Gopal Bhargava said. “We are sending a letter to the Governor requesting an assembly session as there are a lot of issues … It [Kamal Nath government] will fall on its own. I don’t believe in horse-trading but I feel its time has come and it will have to go soon,” BJP leader Gopal Bhargava said.
The move comes a day after the exit polls showed the return of Narendra Modi government by BJP comes a day after the exit polls showed the return of Narendra Modi government at the Centre. The polls also showed that Madhya Pradesh voters have turned to the camp of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) for the Lok Sabha elections. Barely months after voting the BJP out of the state assembly, are the voters likely to elect the NDA leaders at 26 to 28 Lok Sabha seats, have the exit poll results said.
According to India Today-Axis My India Exit Poll 2019, Congress-led UPA may get only one to three seats. The vote share is predicted to be 57 per cent for NDA, 33 per cent for UPA, while others may get 10 per cent votes polled in the state.