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For confidence use the method of "raising hands": Governor Kamal Nath

For confidence use the method of "raising hands": Governor Kamal Nath

Notably, in his letter to the CM ordering the confidence vote on Saturday, the governor had directed that the division of votes during the floor test are done only through an electronic voting system and not in any other way. Kamal Nath 2012

 

Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon wrote a letter to Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Sunday that during the vote of confidence in the Vidhan Sabha, voting should be done only by raising the hand system.

Notably, in his letter to the CM ordering the confidence vote on Saturday, the governor had directed that the division of votes during the floor test be done only through an electronic voting system and not in any other way.

However, the governor issued new directives on Sunday after a delegation of BJP leaders urged him to direct the speaker to conduct the floor test by raising of hands. They claimed that the electronic voting system is not in place in the Assembly.

The budget session of the state assembly is scheduled to begin from Monday.

The governor directed the floor test in the wake of resignations of 22 MLAs of the Congress on March 10.

The BJP has claimed that the Kamal Nath-led government was reduced to a minority after the resignations.

 

Speaker NP Prajapati had accepted resignations of six MLAs--all serving as ministers in the Nath cabinet.

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The BJP has claimed that the Kamal Nath-led government was reduced to a minority after the resignations.

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