After failing to prove the majority in the floor test, the Congress government in Puducherry is dissolved, and Chief Minister V Narayanaswamy must put down from his position due to it. As the two members have exited from the party on Sunday, the total number of MLA’s have been dropped to 12, whereas the majority mark is said to be 14. When the trust vote has started in the morning, the party claimed to have the majority but failed to prove it.
Below are the key points that have changed the game plan:
•Mr. Narayanaswamy blamed previous Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi for "intriguing with the resistance" to attempt to bring down his administration through his MLAs remained joined together. He blamed Kiran Bedi for abandoning each move of his administration and denying focal advantages.
•Recently, the decision alliance lost two more MLAs; Congress' K Laxminarayan and its accomplice DMK's K Venkatesan surrendered. Four-time Congress MLA Laxminarayan said he was irritated with not getting "acknowledgment" in the gathering. He said he was not made a pastor or Speaker nor party boss and that the adversary NR Congress and the BJP had moved toward him. With the two abdications, the Congress government's solidarity in the Puducherry authoritative gathering has tumbled to 12 and the adversary NR Congress-drove union has 14 MLAs. Sources say the Congress may ask the Speaker not to permit the three designated MLAs – all BJP individuals – to cast a ballot.
•Lieutenant Governor Tamil Isai Sundararajan called the Chief Minister on Thursday and requested him to take a story test on Monday referring to the resistance's stand that his administration no longer has a larger part. She required the vote a day after assuming responsibility following Kiran Bedi's unexpected evacuation as Lieutenant Governor on Tuesday.
•The Congress' emergency was accelerated by four abdications, two in January and two a week ago. Both the pioneers who quit in January have joined the BJP and the rest are tipped to do likewise. The Chief Minister demanded that the last two abdications had not been acknowledged and the MLAs would come around. That chance looks removed at this point.
•The Chief Minister has blamed the BJP for attempting to overturn his administration embracing the "Activity Kamala" – the name given by the BJP's faultfinders to what they call the arrangement of destabilizing governments by designing rebellions in the decision parties.
•The Congress acquiescence’s are believed to profit the BJP in front of races due by May in Puducherry, alongside Tamil Nadu and three additional states.
•If the Narayanaswamy government falls, Congress will lose its solitary government in the south. The BJP is probably going to be important for a decision alliance drove by the NR Congress and its three MLAs – every single selected part – could become clergymen. Force in Puducherry, the BJP evaluates, would likewise help its motivation in adjoining Tamil Nadu and add to its count of southern governments after Karnataka.