As Congress and BJP are concerned in a spat over allegations of topping the Kamal Nath authorities in Madhya Pradesh, former chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Wednesday stated that the get together has not demanded a flooring check within the Meeting.
"BJP and Gopal Bhargava (Chief of the Opposition) by no means demanded a flooring check. We have now stated (within the letter to Governor) that there must be a dialogue on the issues," Chouhan advised reporters.
The furore over flooring check began after Bhargava wrote a letter to Governor Anandiben Patel, urging her to convene the Meeting session quickly to debate urgent points like consuming water, regulation and order state of affairs, and non-payment of farmers' dues.
Nevertheless, Kamal Nath had stated that his authorities holds the bulk and is ready to face the floor test. Yesterday, he claimed that the BJP was making an attempt to lure 10 Congress MLAs in its bid to topple his authorities.
On Opposition`s questions on EVMs, Chouhan stated, "Opposition is aware of they're going to face defeated badly. Now they've to seek out issues blame, so they're blaming EVMs. They're demanding impractical issues which can't be accepted. Tomorrow, they'll say they've already stated it."
"They're getting ready for blaming EVMs. They know very properly NDA goes to register landslide victory that's the reason they're involving in this stuff," he stated.
Citing electrical energy drawback within the state, the previous chief minister demanded that the Election Fee ought to organize turbines for the counting day.
"We're demanding from the Election Fee that there's a darkish rule right here. The electrical energy has been reduce off for ten occasions in Bhopal. Counting of votes will happen from tomorrow. So, the ballot physique shouldn't depend upon electrical energy and will organize turbines,"
"Digvijay Singh used to exit with banners and turbines. We demand the turbines ought to be organized by the Fee. In any other case, Congress will say that BJP is behind all this," Chouhan stated.
The counting of votes for the Lok Sabha polls will happen on Might 23.
The 231-member Madhya Pradesh meeting has 113 Congress members, one in need of half-way mark, and 109 BJP legislators.
The ruling coalition is led by the Congress, supported by an MLA of SP, two of MLAs of Bahujan Samaj Get together and 4 independents.