With three Congress MLAs in Madhya Pradesh resigning within the final two weeks, former chief minister Kamal Nath on Thursday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, exhorting him to guard “democratic values”.
There was an “undemocratic pandemic” prevailing within the nation by which the BJP was luring away MLAs to topple elected governments in states dominated by opposition events, the Madhya Pradesh Congress chief alleged.
“I am sure…you will come forward to save the declining credibility of Indian democracy by not giving any place in your government and the party to such opportunist leaders who are facing charges of trading democratic values, so that India’s established identity as a nation having democratic neutrality, transparency and maturity will remain intact,” the letter stated.
The Congress authorities headed by Kamal Nath misplaced energy in Madhya Pradesh in March this 12 months when 22 social gathering MLAs joined the BJP. The Congress authorities in Rajasthan too is going through a political disaster at current.
The “toppling” of his authorities was among the many most abominable act within the historical past of Indian democracy, Mr Nath stated.
When the entire world was preventing coronavirus, “a senior BJP leader along with….MLAs went away to Bengaluru to topple my government,” he alleged.
The federal construction is the great thing about Indian democracy as per Dr BR Ambedkar, however the identical construction was now beneath assault, the Congress chief stated.
Narayan Patel, Congress MLA from Mandhata, resigned from MP Assembly on Thursday. Earlier this month Sumitra Devi Kasdekar and Pradyuman Singh Lodhi had give up the social gathering and joined the BJP.