Congress Legislature Party Calls for President’s Rule in Haryana

Congress Legislature Party

Chandigarh: A memorandum has been submitted to the Governor on behalf of the Congress Legislature Party demanding imposition of President’s rule in Haryana soon. Deputy Leader of the Congress Legislature Party Aftab Ahmed and Chief Whip Bharat Bhushan Batra held a press conference after submitting the memorandum to the Governor.

He said that the BJP government has lost the trust of both the public and the House. Therefore, it should be dissolved soon and assembly elections should be held in the state soon. The Chief Minister government should submit its resignation to the Governor on moral grounds.

Congress, JJP, INLD and independent MLAs have also submitted a memorandum to the Governor demanding imposition of President’s rule in the state.

Aftab Ahmed and BB Batra said that the Congress MLAs had reached the Raj Bhavan to submit a memorandum written by Leader of Opposition Bhupendra Singh Hooda. But due to the Governor being on a tour of Telangana, the memorandum has been submitted to his secretary.

The memorandum demands that this minority government should be dismissed by the Governor. If he does not do so, then the assembly session should be called and the government should be directed to prove majority.

Batra said that some people are spreading the misconception that the vote of confidence motion cannot be brought for six months. Whereas this is not written anywhere in the constitution. It can be brought at any time on change in political conditions and number of MLAs. Therefore it is necessary that the BJP government proves majority in the assembly. Aftab Ahmed said that for the restoration of democracy its soul must remain alive. For this it is necessary that the government resigns due to minority. The entire opposition has made its position clear in writing to the governor. Congress is ready to parade its thirty MLAs. On the orders of the governor, Congress will conduct the parade in front of him.


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