In Rajasthan, MLAs who came to Congress from Bahujan Samaj Party in 2019 came to Delhi at night, the Supreme Court has to answer under the anti-defection law
Jaipur: In Rajasthan (Rajasthan), four out of six MLAs who joined Congress from Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) reached Delhi on Wednesday night. -defection case) was given 4 weeks by the Supreme Court to file the reply. 4 out of 6 BSP MLAs are currently in Delhi regarding this matter. Another MLA is going to come to Delhi today, while the health of one MLA is bad. MLA Wajib Ali confirmed the MLAs going to Delhi.Also Read – Congress leader attacked Kapil Sibal, reminded ‘old days’, workers demonstrated outside the house
Ali said that these MLAs will discuss with the lawyers the matter of Supreme Court seeking answers to the six MLAs who joined the Congress from the BSP under the anti-defection law. On the question of meeting the Congress high command including Rahul Gandhi, Wajib Ali said that it is too early to say that but if he has come to Delhi, then all options are open. Also Read – Angry with Congress, former Punjab CM Amarinder Singh met Amit Shah in Delhi, Captain tweeted and told what happened
Along with Wajib Ali, MLAs Rajendra Gudha, Lakhan Singh and Sandeep Yadav have reached Delhi. At the same time, another MLA Jogendra Awana can go to Delhi today on Thursday. MLA Deepchand Kheria has not gone with him due to ill health. Also Read – Kapil Sibal’s question to his own party- Who is taking decisions when there is no permanent president in Congress?
Let us tell you that Sandeep Yadav, Wajib Ali, Deepchand Kheria, Lakhan Meena, Jogendra Awana and Rajendra Gudha had won the 2018 assembly elections on BSP tickets. All these MLAs left the BSP and joined the Congress in September 2019. It has been challenged in the Supreme Court under the Anti-Defection Act. The Supreme Court has recently asked these MLAs to file their final reply in this matter.