MP BJP MLAs staying in a hotel in Gurugram are also angry with their party’s policies. Party general secretary Kailash Vijayvargiya and former state president Rakesh Singh visited the hotel on Thursday evening to allay the displeasure of the legislators. According to sources, BJP MLAs are said to be angry due to the sabotage in Congress MLAs.

Jammer in the hotel, ban on MLAs leaving and meeting anyone

According to sources, BJP MLAs staying in Gurugram’s hotel are neither allowed to contact anyone nor they allowed to leave. The mobile network has been jammed by putting jammers in the part of the hotel where MLAs are staying.

Legislators asked portfolio information in the new government

Several BJP MLAs who have reached the hotel have also sought information from Kailash Vijayvargiya and Rakesh Singh about their portfolio in the new government. After talking to the MLAs late on Thursday, Kailash returned to Delhi to discuss the with the Party high command.

Congress engaged in contact with BJP MLAs

On the other hand, the Congress is also trying to contact the BJP MLAs staying in Gurugram. However, they have not been able to succeed so far. Security is also tight around the hotel.

Kamal Nath accuses BJP for buying and selling MLAs

Chief Minister Kamal Nath met Governor Lalji Tandon on Friday and accused the BJP for horse trading. He submitted a letter to the Governor and complained about BJP. He ruled out any possibility of postponement of Madhya Pradesh’s budget session due to Corona. Explain that the budget session of the Vidhan Sabha will start from March 16 in Madhya Pradesh.

Kamal Nath ready for floor test

Amid the ongoing political crisis in Madhya Pradesh, Kamal Nath has prepared for a majority test in the Assembly. He has said that on the date decide by the speaker, he is ready to conduct a majority test in the upcoming session of the assembly.

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