Congress No Confidence Motion: Four JJP MLAs have shown sharp attitude before the Congress’s confidence motion in the Assembly regarding the farmers’ movement. Devendra Babli advised Dushyant Chautala to break away from the Khattar government.
Not only the House against agriculture bills, there is a struggle on the road as well. If the farmers are on the Delhi border, then the Congress is encircling the ruling party. The Congress is standing shoulder to shoulder with the farmers against the agricultural laws in Haryana and the Congress is bringing a no-confidence motion against the government in the Legislative Assembly.
After the no-confidence motion of the Congress, the BJP has issued a whip to all the MLAs. Which means that the BJP MLAs will not only have to be present in the House but also have to stand with the party. Which is so clear that due to the motion of no confidence, the Manohar government is also in a tizzy.
JJP MLAs raise concernsThe sharp stance of four MLAs of Jananayak Janata Party has increased the tension of JJP and Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala. Devendra Babli, a JJP MLA from Tohana, said on Tuesday evening that he would follow the party’s whip on the motion of no confidence, but would ask Dushyant Chautala to break away from this government. Now it has become difficult to go among the public. In the Legislative Assembly also, on Monday, JJP MLA Devendra Babli from Tohana raised questions on his own government regarding the agricultural laws. In the Assembly on Tuesday, JJP MLA Jogiram Sihag from Barwala, Narnaund MLA Ramkumar Gautam and MLA from Guhla and Ishwar Singh, Deputy Leader of JJP Legislature Party have raised the difficulties of their party leader Dushyant Chautala by raising many sharp questions.
Who has how many legislators
At present, BJP has 40, JJP 10, Congress 30, Independents seven and one Halopa MLA. Even if Balraj Kundu is left out of BJP, JJP and Independent MLAs, the government has a figure of 56 MLAs. If all independents and JJP MLAs vote against the Khattar government, the government may fall. But some MLAs may be opposing the government but they are talking about casting votes.