Assembly by-elections are to be held in Madhya Pradesh. But now a political crisis may arise here. Let us tell you for information that the Congress was the first Kamal Nath government in Madhya Pradesh. But later, the government of Kamal Nath fell due to the resignation of 22 MLAs. And here the BJP government came under the leadership of Shivraj Singh Chauhan.
But now constitutional crisis has arisen on Shivraj Singh’s government. Let me tell you for information, there are 22 MLAs who have resigned. He is to be elected. In such a situation, if this assembly by-elections are not held on time, then they may have to resign from their posts.
Due to Corona virus, a political crisis may arise in Madhya Pradesh regarding the assembly elections.
Assembly by-elections in Madhya Pradesh to be held in September
Assembly by-elections are expected in Madhya Pradesh in September this year. But due to the corona virus epidemic, assembly elections are expected to be postponed to 22 seats. In such a situation, the MLAs who have resigned have become ministers in Madhya Pradesh government. He may have to resign from his post.
Both the BJP and Congress parties have stepped up preparations for the by-elections in these 22 assembly seats. But due to corona virus both parties are facing difficulties. At the same time, additional seats have become vacant in Madhya Pradesh Assembly due to the demise of 2 MLAs. The Madhya Pradesh Election Commission has pushed the by-election for these assembly seats. But what can happen on these 22 assembly seats? It will be interesting to see.
Ministers can take oath again
The legislators in the Madhya Pradesh government have resigned and become ministers due to the constitutional crisis. They may have to be sworn in again.
But even if the assembly by-elections are not held, the crisis in these ministers’ seats will continue. The Congress can go to the Supreme Court regarding this crisis.
Earlier, the Supreme Court has said that the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu Jayalalithaa has said that, by resigning in this manner, the post of minister cannot be taken again. So, what is the form of Supreme Court in this case? It will be interesting to see.
Let us tell you for information that according to the provision of the constitution, any person can remain in the minister’s post for a maximum of 6 months without contesting elections. After that it is mandatory to become a member of the Legislative Assembly or Legislative Council within a period of 6 months.
If a person is not able to become a member of the Legislative Assembly or the Legislative Council, he has to resign from his post. For the information, let us know that there is no provision of Legislative Council in Madhya Pradesh. There is a provision of Legislative Council in some states in India. Which acts like a Rajya Sabha.
There may be rebellion
In such a situation, if the assembly by-elections are not held in time in Madhya Pradesh, then the ministers who will lose their posts. He can revolt with the party again. And once again Madhya Pradesh may face a crisis on the Shivraj Singh government. Let us tell you for information that at present, the cases of corona virus are increasing at a very fast pace in Madhya Pradesh. And Chief Minister Shivraj Singh himself has been found to be Corona positive. And his treatment is going on at Chirayu Hospital in Bhopal. The cabinet ministers of Shivraj Singh government have also been found to be Corona positive. In such circumstances, it will be interesting to see whether elections are held in Madhya Pradesh.
Nothing has been said so far in the Election Commission regarding Madhya Pradesh by-election. In such a situation, everyone’s eyes are on the Election Commission regarding Madhya Pradesh by-election.
At the same time, assembly elections are to be held in Bihar in September this year. The Election Commission has not said anything for the Bihar Legislative Assembly yet, although preparations for the elections have been started for the Bihar Legislative Assembly. Let us tell you for information that at present there is NDA government in Bihar under the leadership of Nitish Kumar. If there is no timely assembly elections in Bihar, then President’s rule can be imposed there.