Congress loses one of its last remaining bastions as the Narayanasamy-led government in Puducherry failed to win the confidence motion, thanks to nominated MLAs from the BJP
V Narayanasamy lashed out at Kiran Bedi, saying she had 'conspired' against the government on matters including revenue generation.
The one-day special session of the Puducherry Assembly, that will decide the fate of the Congress government, is underway.
MLA Manikandan said that police have informed him of an impending threat to his life, following which they have posted the armed security personnel with him at around 5 pm on Saturday evening.
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Narayanasamy said that for recognizing a nominated member as a party member, she/he will have to sign several papers, but none have been signed by the three so far.
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Narayanasamy, who is an advocate himself, said nominated MLAs does not have voting right on the no-confidence motion.
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The memorandum comes at a time when Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is scheduled to visit the UT ahead of the elections.
The Bodoland People’s Front move came after its demand for voting through secret ballot was rejected by the pro-tem Speaker.
Deputy Leader of the Opposition Rajendra Rathore mentioned Pilot's name in various matters, including the recent political developments in the state and a SOG notice issued to him.
The state BJP chief said it was better for CM HD Kumaraswamy to resign and allow a new government to take over as he had clearly lost majority.
JD(S) head HD Kumaraswamy will seek a confidence vote tomorrow which he is widely expected to win.
Udupi-Chikkamagaluru MP Shobha Karandlaje on Monday demanded a probe into the “fake” CDs released by Congress MLC V S Ugrappa ahead of the floor test.
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Though BJP was confident earlier in the day, it all wore off by noon when it was clear BSY would resign; arrival of JD(S) MLAs from Hyd dashed party’s hopes.