Puducherry: The Congress government in Puducherry is in trouble. In today’s majority test, Chief Minister Narayanasamy has failed to prove a majority. Congress MLAs resigned before the majority test in the Assembly. On this, the Speaker of the Assembly said that the Chief Minister could not prove a majority in the House. The Congress government could not prove a majority in the floor test.
In the assembly, Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy said that former lieutenant governor Kiran Bedi and the central government along with the opposition tried to overthrow the government. Because of our unity, we have been running the government for the last five years. The central government has threatened the people of Puducherry without giving us funds, said Chief Minister Narayanasamy.
Four MLAs had resigned in the last few days. After that Congress MLA Laxminarayan also resigned and this number had reached five. The Narayanasamy government was in the minority as the MLAs of the allied DMK also resigned. The resignations in the 33-member assembly have reduced the number of MLAs from the ruling Congress-DMK alliance to 11. It needs 17 members to come to power. Now the number of MLAs from the Opposition is 14.
Yesterday, Congress MLA Laxminarayanan and DMK MLA Venkatesan met Assembly Speaker V. P. Resigned to Shivakolundhu. Later, Laxminarayanan said that the Narayanasamy government had lost its majority.
Now that the Congress has not proved its majority, the Presidential rule will be implemented in Puducherry. Assembly elections will be held in Puducherry in the next few months.
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