They are now scared that what happened in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, will happen in Chhattisgarh too: BJP's Brijmohan Agrawal
They are now scared that what happened in Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan, will happen in Chhattisgarh too, said BJP leader and former Chhattisgarh Minister Brijmohan Agrawal.
Rajasthan Congress MLAs Hotel celebrate the birthday of MLA Vijaypal Mirdha
Jaipur: Rajasthan Congress MLAs lodged at Fairmont Hotel celebrate the birthday of Congress MLA Vijaypal Mirdha.
Yani ki itna paisa aa gaya hai BJP aur Brijmohan ji ke pas ki wo jis tarah se nilami hoti hai,nilami karne baithe hain kya?: Digvijaya Singh
Yani ki itna paisa aa gaya hai BJP aur Brijmohan ji ke pas ki wo jis tarah se nilami hoti hai,nilami karne baithe hain kya?, Congress' Digvijaya Singh on Chhattisgarh BJP leader Brijmohan Agrawal's remark 'They're scared of what happened in MP an Rajashtan happening in Chhattisgarh'.
Sachin Pilot's future is in Congress only, says Veerappa Moily
Former union minister and Senior Congress leader Veerappa Moily on Wednesday said that if at all there is a political future for Sachin Pilot it is in the Congress party. While speaking to ANI, Moily said Sachin Pilot achieved everything by being in Congress party. "Sachin Pilot became MP, union minister in UPA-II, PCC president in Rajasthan and Deputy Chief Minister of Rajasthan. Whatever grievances you have, it needs to be resolved within the forum of the party. There is no hurry for Sachin Pilot. If at all there is a future for him it is in the Congress party. He has to realise that. He says he won't join BJP, it is good," Moily said.
Speculation is rife about Sachin Pilot’s next move. Till Tuesday, the most plausible path being cited for the former deputy chief minister was to walk the Jyotiraditya Scindia way and join the BJP.
FPJ Explains: Why is Sachin Pilot in court?
Sachin Pilot and his group are challenging the Speaker’s notice to disqualify them from the Rajasthan Assembly. They have ostensibly been disqualified under the ‘Anti-Defection Law’, given they have not violated a party whip.
The Tenth Schedule states that a Presiding Officer can disqualify a member who has voluntarily given up the membership of his party or disobeyed the party leadership. One can lose one’s membership of the House, and it applies to both Parliament and State Assemblies.
But here’s when it gets interested, the 10th Schedule is for parliament and assemblies. As Constitutional Expert Rakesh Dwivedi noted, ‘protesting against the CM wasn’t same as leaving the party’, calling it ‘patently illegal’
Sachin Pilot and rebels' petition in Rajasthan High Court against disqualification notice by Speaker deferred
Time has been sought by the petitioner to amend the petition. The Court has given them time. Next hearing will be held when they will file the amended petition: Abhay Kumar Bhandari, Lawyer presenting Mahesh Joshi, Congress Chief Whip
Media reports: Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot claimed that he has call recordings which can establish the contact between few Congress MLAs and BJP
Rajasthan High Court defers to tomorrow the hearing on a petition filed by Sachin Pilot & 18 other Congress MLAs
Division bench of the Rajasthan High Court, headed by Chief Justice Indrajit Mohanty, will hear a petition filed by Sachin Pilot & 18 other Congress MLAs against disqualification notices