Rajasthan Crisis : Difficulties of Gehlot Camp Increased, BSP Issues Whip to Its 6 MLAs
Jaipur :The political crisis of Rajasthan is taking a new form every day. Meanwhile, Bahujan Samaj Party has increased the difficulties of Ashok Gehlot camp by issuing whip to all its six MLAs. BSP national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra issued a whip, directing all 6 MLAs of the party to vote against the Congress if a no-confidence motion comes against the Gehlot government.
The BSP general secretary has also issued a notice to all the 6 MLAs, stating that since BSP is a national party and merger of the entire party in a state under para 2 (1) (b) of the Tenth Schedule is unconstitutional. The party has not merged with the Congress. At the same time, he warned all the MLAs that if someone disobeyed the directive, then action would be taken under the anti-defection law. Satish Chandra Mishra further said that all these MLAs have won the election on the BSP ticket, which was issued by the party’s national president Mayawati. Hence all the 6 MLAs are bound to obey the party’s instructions.
BSP issues whip to its 6 MLAs- R Gudha, Lakhan Singh, Deep Chand, JS Awana, Sandeep Kumar & Wajib Ali, who are elected to Rajasthan Assembly, directing them to vote against Congress in any "No Confidence Motion" or any proceedings to be held during Rajasthan Assembly Session. pic.twitter.com/wvbnZWslVQ
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Party gave this warning to MLAs
In the midst of the political crisis, all the six BSP MLAs have pledged to the Congress and announced the support of the Gehlot government. Not only this, the MLAs claim that they have merged with the Congress. However, BSP national general secretary Satish Chandra Mishra not only issued a whip to all the six MLAs and issued a directive to vote against the Congress, but also warned of stern action if the order is not met. Not only this, Bahujan Samaj Party has also issued notices to all the MLAs. If the MLA does not accept the party’s instructions, then the party can go to the High Court on this matter.