Narayanasamy failed in floor test, Congress government could not prove majority in Assembly
Puducherry's newly appointed Deputy Governor Tamilisai Saundararajan has directed Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy to prove his majority in the Assembly.
Puducherry:A one-day special session has begun on Monday morning to determine the future of Congress in Puducherry Floor Test Live. Chief Minister V Narayanasamy introduced a vote of trust in the House. During this, the Chief Minister told the House that his government had a majority. However, later Narayanasamy's government lost its majority during the trust vote.At the same time, the former Deputy Governor Kiran Bedi and the BJP's central government accused the government of toppling their government.
Puducherry's newly appointed Deputy Governor Tamilisai Saundararajan has directed Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy to prove his majority in the Assembly. The Lt. Governor has given this directive after the opposition claimed to lose the majority of the ruling Congress-DMK alliance. After the resignation of Congress MLA K Laxminarayanan and DMK MLA Venkatesan on Sunday, the number of MLAs of Congress-DMK alliance in the 33-member assembly has come down to 11, while the opposition parties have 14 MLAs. Former Minister A.K, four Congress MLAs, including Namasivayam (now in BJP) and Malladi Krishna Rao, had resigned earlier, while another party MLA was disqualified. Narayanasamy's close aide John Kumar also resigned this week.
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