On Tuesday, the Supreme Court issued a notice to Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath in connection to the plea filed by the opposition BJP demanding a floor test. The matter will be heard tomorrow at 10:30 am.
Earlier, Governor Lalji Tandon asked Nath to gain the trust of Assembly by March 17, else it would be assumed he doesn't have numbers.
Yesterday, Nath got a breather after Assembly was adjourned
Congress leader Nath's CM post came under threat after 22 legislators tendered their resignations and flew to Bengaluru, Karnataka. They did so after Jyotiraditya Scindia, a former parliamentarian, dumped Congress and switched sides to join BJP.
Yesterday, the saffron party asked Nath to show numbers but the Assembly was adjourned till March 26, considering the coronavirus pandemic.
"Even if you ask the remaining Congress MLAs who have been taken to Jaipur, they too will say they are unhappy. They will come to Bangalore if they are given freedom," he said. He also demanded security alleging threats from Nath.