Congress No Confidence Motion: The vote bank that Dushyant Chautala has reached in power, the same section in the farmers movement is on the road. That is why the JJP MLAs are increasing the pressure to break the alliance with the Khattar government.
Some MLAs of BJP’s ally Jananayak Janata Party have shown rebellion against the coalition government. JJP MLAs are pressurizing their leader and Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala to break the alliance. JJP MLA Devendra Babli says that it is my compulsion to vote in favor of the government during the motion of no confidence, but at this time circumstances have become such that we should break the alliance with the Manohar Lal Khattar government. Babli said that the situation is such that we cannot go anywhere, because people will beat us with sticks. Along with this, he also said that if the government falls with my vote, then I will vote against it.
Some JJP MLAs are openly questioning the government
The role of no-confidence motion is built around the peasant movement. Therefore, it is also natural that every argument within the house will be about this. But will every MLA of BJP-JJP speak in the same note. It will be most interesting to see. Because the condition of the last few days is that some JJP MLAs have openly questioned the government.Anything is possible under the circumstances created after the peasant movement
Voting against the party line simply means losing the membership. But in the situation after the farmer movement, nothing is possible and the opposition is also claiming with the help of similar angry MLAs that the government does not have the numbers. Despite the political speculation, the numbers in the papers are in favor of the government. Therefore, on Wednesday, voting on the no confidence motion will be more interesting arguments that will be put in favor or opposition to it.
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There are currently 88 members in the Haryana Legislative Assembly. The resignation of Abhay Chautala has left the Ellenabad seat vacant. Kalka MLA Pradeep Chaudhary has been disqualified after being sentenced to three years in a case. Due to this, Kalka seat is also empty. In such a situation, the coalition government needs a figure of 45 for the majority. Currently, BJP has 40, JJP 10, Congress 30, Independents seven and one Halopa MLA. Two seats are vacant.