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Political crisis deepens in Himachal, 15 BJP MLAs suspended, cross-voting people missing – India TV Hindi

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14 BJP MLAs suspended

The political crisis is deepening in Himachal Pradesh. After the declaration of Rajya Sabha election results on Tuesday, politics is changing rapidly due to which the clouds of crisis are deepening over CM Sukhu’s government. On one hand, Vikramaditya Singh has resigned from the post of minister, while shortly after that, the Speaker has suspended 15 BJP MLAs for a day, including Leader of Opposition Jairam Thakur, Janak Raj, Lokendra, Ranveer Nikka. BJP MLAs are included. After being suspended, Marshal took everyone out of the assembly.

Nine MLAs missing from the assembly

It is being said that all the MLAs who did cross voting have disappeared from the Assembly and are preparing to go out of Madhya Pradesh. Six Congress MLAs who cross-voted, Inderjit Lakhanpal, Chaitanya Sharma, Sudhir Sharma, Rajendra Rana, Devendra Singh Bhutto, Ravi Thakur and three independent MLAs Ashish Sharma, KL Thakur and Hoshiar Singh are missing. In the afternoon, both the Congress observers will reach Shimla, out of which one Bhupendra Singh Hooda is currently in Chandigarh and DK Shivkumar is about to reach Chandigarh. After DK Shivkumar reaches Chandigarh, both will leave for Shimla together.

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The 15 opposition BJP MLAs include Jairam Thakur, Vipin Singh Parmar, Randhir Sharma, Lokendra Kumar, Vinod Kumar, Hans Raj, Janak Raj, Balbir Verma, Trilok Jamwal, Surendra Shori, Deep Raj, Puran Thakur, Inder Singh Gandhi, Dilip Thakur and Inder is included. Singh Gandhi has been expelled by the Assembly Speaker today for allegedly sloganeering and misbehaving in the Speaker’s chamber.


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Che MLA has been suspended

Vikramaditya said this

Congress MLA Vikramaditya Singh resigned from the post of minister in Himachal Pradesh cabinet. When asked whether he would continue in the party, he said, “I am where I am.” In the coming time, I will discuss with my people, supporters and well-wishers. We will take further action after deliberations.”

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