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29 Julio 2017, 10:53 | Faron Santos
The BJP is pulling out all the stops to win all three Rajya Sabha seats in Gujarat for which elections will be held on August 8
Leader of Opposition Ghulam Nabi Azad said GujaratCongress MLA Punabhai Gamit had gone for a cup of tea to another MLA's house when the district superintendent of police abducted him.
"It was for the safety and security of the MLAs who are being threatened if they do not agree to switch sides. that is why we chose to bring them to Bengaluru", Nishit Vyas reportedly told the PTI.
"This is the internal problem of Congress as its leader of opposition Shankarsinh Vaghela, its chief whip Balwantsinh Rajput and spokesperson Tajeshriben Patel have quit as they faced difficulties. Therefore, I chose to resign as the MLA", Parmar said. My area's works suffered due to this. While three MLAs, including Rajput quit yesterday and joined the ruling party, as many others resigned today. "They are doing horsetrading openly, which can not be our internal matter".
The BJP rejected the charges. Then, I joined the Congress after Vaghela's party merged with it in 1998. The big blow, however, was the public falling out and exit of Congress' most popular leader in Gujarat, Shankersinh Vaghela. Our legislators are being threatened or offered money.
"I am Congress mukt (free) and have freed the party of me". The number of MLAs who have been flown to Bengaluru remains contentious because according to Chidananda Patel of ETV Kannada, 32 MLAs arrived at Bengaluru International Airport at 2.30 am and and 10 others arrived at 5 am.
"Crores of rupees have been spent in horse-trading in Gujarat by the BJP".
"Vaghela will have to take that call. We are committed to Congress". It's just a question of the BJP succeeding in wooing at least one MLA to ensure the defeat of Ahmed Patel, the insider points out. "We are proud of our MLAs who did not shift to such bad party".
The Congress MLAs are in the trusted hands of Karnataka Energy Minister DK Shivakumar and his brother and MP DK Suresh, who are handling the logistics of the emergency trip. "He told news agency ANI", Desperation is making Congress come up with such allegations". Chhanabhai Chaudhary, the party legislator from Vansda in Navsari district, gave his resignation to the Speaker at the latter's residence on Thursday night, while Ramsinh Parmar, MLA from Thasra in Anand district quit on from the Congress party and as MLA.
A candidate requires 44 votes to win given the current strength of the Assembly where the BJP has a strength of 121. "Nor is it likely that well-known tribal leader Chhotubhai Vasava of the Janata Dal (United) vote for Ahmed Patel", the insider insisted.
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