Congress MLA from Mandsaur Assembly seat Hardeep Singh Dung has resigned from the assembly membership. This is the alarm bell for the Kamal Nath government.

Kamal Nath government of Madhya Pradesh is not taking the name of the cloud of crisis that has been prevailing for four days. After getting some relief a day ago, the political struggle intensified again on Thursday. With the resignation of a Congress MLA, the crisis has deepened again on the Kamal Nath government.

On the other hand, former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is leading in Delhi and BJP leader Arvind Bhadoria in Bengaluru. Meanwhile, the aggressive attitude of independent MLAs and the warning being given to them by Congress leaders has added to the difficulties of the government. In such a situation, Chief Minister Kamal Nath has to fight for damage control himself. They are celebrating angry legislators themselves. Amid political confusion, he has also called a cabinet meeting on Friday.

Significantly, the Congress leaders have been alleging for four days that the BJP is trying to topple the government by buying and selling their MLAs. In this episode, it was said that along with Congress, SP-BSP and Independent MLAs will be taken to a hotel in Mewat in Haryana. Congress leader Digvijay Singh alleged that the BJP was luring MLAs to give crores of rupees and ministerial posts. Since then, the politics is hot.

On Wednesday, in the midst of the developments related to horse trading, four rebel MLAs were taken by special aircraft from the Congress to Delhi from Bhopal, while four were not known. Meanwhile, discussions arose about the missing MLAs being in Bengaluru. Three Congress MLAs sent to Bangalore (Bisahulal Singh, Raghuraj Singh Kanshana and Hardeep Singh Dung) and Independent MLA Surendra Singh Shera were expected to reach Bhopal on Thursday, but they did not return but Congress MLA Hardeep Singh Dung from Suwasra Has sent his resignation to Assembly Speaker NP Prajapati and Chief Minister Kamal Nath.

With this, the crisis on Kamal Nath government’s future has deepened. After Bhadoria’s resignation, the BJP can once again attack with full preparedness after the increased crisis on the government. Due to this preparation, former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has been camping in Delhi for the last twenty-four hours and senior leader Arvind Bhadoria, who is considered a skilled manager of BJP, has reached Bangalore to take charge of the political struggle. It is only after his efforts that the resignation of the MLAs has begun.

Calculations in Assembly Again in Trouble

-Vis effective member number 228 -227 on acceptance of Dung’s resignation

-Congress will survive 113

In the 227-member house, the BJP can reach 114 with the support of 107 and others.

– Two other Congress MLAs are in Bangalore right now.

– Chances of resignation of some other Congress MLAs as well.

-If there are more resignations, the Congress government can come in a minority.

BSP-SP MLAs Warned Congress

On Thursday, the Congress MLAs, who were accusing the BJP of buying and selling, warned the Congress leaders and cabinet ministers Jitu Patwari and Jayawardhan Singh. They said that they should not give ludicrous statements to increase their number. BSP MLA Sanjeev Singh Kushwaha said that Congress ministers should improve or else there will not be a chance for rescue next time. Samajwadi Party MLA Rajesh Shukla warned that he is supporting the Kamal Nath government, but accused of horse trading, give evidence, otherwise we will decide what decision we have to take in the Rajya Sabha election. Ram Bai, the suspended MLA from the BSP, said that those accused of horse trading should be questioned. Also said that let some kingdom remain the secret.

Johri Commanding by replacing DGP Singh

The crisis can be gauged from the Kamal Nath government that the state government has replaced VK Singh, the Director General of Police, and Vivek Johri has been made the new DGP.

Action will be taken as per rules

When the MLA Dung comes forward and resigns, then action will be taken as per rules. All I can say right now.

-NP Prajapati , Speaker of the Legislative Assembly

Can’t say anything without discussion

Dung is the MLA of our party. There have been reports of his resignation, but I have not received any letter from him in this regard, nor have he discussed it with me. Until I discuss this with them, it is not right to say anything about it.

-Kamal Nath, Chief Minister

BJP president said- Congress leaders themselves upset

On Hardeep Singh Dang’s resignation, Madhya Pradesh BJP chief VD Sharma said that it shows that leaders of his own party are being harassed in the current state government of Congress. This reflects the pathetic state of the corrupt Congress government which is going to end soon.

Nine MLAs ‘disappeared’, only five returned

Earlier, the political drama started late on Tuesday, when a total of nine MLAs of Congress, BSP and SP suddenly disappeared in Madhya Pradesh. Five of these MLAs were brought to Bhopal late Wednesday night. However, the location of four MLAs could not be tracked. According to media reports, the location of four MLAs Bisahulal of Congress, Hardeep Singh Dung, Raghuraj Kansana and Independent Surendra Singh Shera were not available. Now Hardeep Singh Dung has resigned from it.