Madhya Pradesh chief minister Kamal Nath said his government is ready for a floor test in the Assembly to prove that his is a majority government in the state. Responding to BJP demanding governor to convene Assembly session seeking floor test of his government, he accused that “BJP is just trying to disturb the government in the state to save itself from getting exposed.”
“For long, the BJP has been trying this. We have proved our majority at least four times in the last five months. BJP wants us to prove majority again. We have no problem,” he said.
Chief Minister Nath’s reaction comes close on the heels of Leader of Opposition Gopal Bhargava’s letter to Governor Anandiben Patel, urging her to convene the Assembly session soon to discuss pressing issues like drinking water, law and order situation, and non-payment of farmers’ dues.
With regard to Exit Polls predicting NDA return to power at the Centre, he said, “These exit polls are for the BJP’s entertainment. There is no truth in all this. It is a matter of three days when the results will be out.”