The Congress in Manipur has issued a show-result in detect to two of its MLAs for allegedly cross-voting in favour of the BJP in very last month’s Rajya Sabha election that observed the BJP acquire the state’s lone seat in the upper residence. The observe was issued to Wangkhei MLA Okram Henry and Sagolband MLA R K Imo Singh.
By the way, Okram Henry is the nephew of former Chief Minister Okram Ibobi Singh, who is also the chief of the Congress Legislature Party (CLP). RK Imo Singh is the son-in-legislation of Manipur Main Minister N Biren Singh.
“You have deliberately breached and acted against the determination of the Indian Nationwide Congress (INC) by indulging in cross-voting in favour of the BJP applicant in the modern Rajya Sabha election held on June 19 and this has not only violated the decision of our occasion to help our candidate but is also harmful in sustaining the bash theory,” explained the notice, a copy of which was shared with media.
The two MLAs also reportedly participated in the felicitation of the BJP candidate who received the election, organised at the Main Minister’s bungalow, the notice included.
The two younger MLAs of the get together have been offered two weeks to answer to the detect.
Rajya Sabha polls in the point out were being held in the backdrop of significant political drama. in the 60-member Manipur legislative assembly, eight MLAs have been disqualified by the speaker beneath anti-defection law.
The BJP prospect, Leishemba Sanajaoba, the titular king of Manipur, received the lone seat by securing 28 of the whole 52 votes and defeating the Congress applicant T Mangibabu.