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What next in Madhya Pradesh?
What next in Madhya Pradesh?

Bhopal, July 25 (TIWN) After deflating the BJPs Karnataka euphoria the Congress leadership in Madhya Pradesh has got down to the job of insulating itself against imminent retaliation from a wounded.

Speaking in the Madhya Pradesh assembly a day after BJP toppled the JDS-Congress coalition government in Karnataka, Bhargava said, "This government can fall within 24 hours if our number one and number two give us the desired signal."  Earlier he had said, "The Kamal Nath government stayed in power for 7 months that is more than enough."  Reacting to Bhargava's claim, Chief Minister Kamal Nath, who was present at the House, said that "this would not happen, because your number 1 and number 2 are wise". He said that Bhargava should identify who the number 1 and number 2 are.  Kamal Nath also went on to say that the Congress MLAs in MP were not for sale and he was ready for a floor test as and when the BJP wanted it.  A few weeks ago, former CM and Congress leader Digvijaya Singh had said that BJP had made so much money during demonetisation that now they are buying MLAs.

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