- The political crisis deepens in Rajasthan after the resignation of 90 Congress members
- High command is angry with Gehlot and his faction
- The equations of the new government are quickly discussed
Rajasthan government in crisis:The Congress could not have imagined even in its dreams that the election of the National President this time would become such a big problem for it that it would be in danger of losing the government from another state. 90 MLAs supporting the current Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot have put the Congress high command in big trouble by submitting their resignations. Until now, it was believed that Ashok Gehlot would be the next national president of the party, but now there is a cloud of fear about this too. The high command is now said to be angry with Gehlot and his faction’s MPs. At the same time, amidst this political crisis, questions are also being raised that BJP, which is playing the role of opposition in the state, will be successful in forming the government here as well?
Now let us explain to you what are the possibilities of forming a new government in the midst of the latest crisis that has arisen in Rajasthan. This political crisis has arisen in Rajasthan at a time when only eight to 10 months are left for the elections to be held there. At present, the Congress government has been limited to only two states in the country, including Rajasthan and Chhattisgarh. Earlier, Kamal Nath’s Congress Madhya Pradesh government also lost due to factionalism. Now, Rajasthan is going through a similar situation due to factionalism between CM Ashok Gehlot and Sachin Pilot, the second biggest contender for the post of Chief Minister.
How many MLAs with whom in Congress
At present, 90 Congress members have resigned in support of Ashok Gehlot. The Congress has a total of 108 MLAs in this 200-assembly state. Now after the resignation of 90 MLAs, only 18 of its MLAs remain. The 90 MLAs who have resigned have openly said that they will not accept the leadership of any other leader except Ashok Gehlot. In such a situation, it can be assumed that only 18 MLAs from the Sachin Pilot faction are left. In such a situation Sachin Pilot is in a very weak position as per the current situation. If the resignation of 90 MLAs is accepted, 90 out of 200 MLAs will be reduced. Thus, there will be only 110 MLAs left in the assembly. Then only 56 MLAs are needed for majority. In this way BJP alone will form the government. If the resignation of 90 MLAs is not accepted, the remaining equations are as follows.
Total collection of seats in Rajasthan 200
Which party has how many MLAs?
the number of party legislators
- Congress 108
- BJP 71
- The National Democratic Party 03
- CPI(M) 02
- Indian Tribal Party 02
- RLD 01
- independent 13
By which equation of BJP the government can be formed
The current strength of BJP MLAs in Rajasthan is 71. There should be a majority of 101 MLAs to form the government. Hence BJP needs 28 more MLAs. If all 13 independent MLAs and three National Democratic Party MLAs, two CPI(M) and two Bharatiya Tribal Party MLAs are also included, then the BJP has a total of 93 MLAs, adding 20 MLAs to 73 .Even in such a situation the BJP government cannot be formed. But there is another equation under which BJP can form the government in Rajasthan.
BJP can form government like this
- BJP 71
- independent 13
- other 08
- 18 in the Sachin Pilot camp
- Total No. 73+13+08+17=110
- MLA required for majority = 101
That is, if 18 MLAs from the Sachin Pilot faction come with the BJP, then a new government can be formed there. But then the law against defectors will apply. In such a situation, if the right to vote for 18 MLAs is abolished, the total number of members in the assembly will be considered as 200-18 = 182. That is, 92 MLAs will be needed for majority. In such a situation Gehlot has 90 MLAs and BJP has 73 and 20 independents and other MLAs have 93 MLAs. In such a situation BJP government can be formed. But now there is very little time left before the election. In such a situation, experts believe that the BJP may not be ready to form the government in Rajasthan. She is waiting for the election.
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