BJP wins trust vote in Maharashtra Assembly

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Re: BJP wins trust vote in Maharashtra Assembly

#1 Postby saketroy2 » Thu Nov 13, 2014 10:01 am

" And BJP Govt. is safe for atleast 6 months...but there are doubts about this Govt. I have. NCPs outside support may weaken the probe of different scams like irrigation and many more as NCP may not support in passing crucial bills. However NCP is considered as most stable coalition partner but they are not in coalition. There are three options for BJP govt:

1. Run the govt with NCP for full 5 years by not instigating any investigation against the NCP which may likely hit back BJP and Modi's clean image.
2. Pass some crucial bills in 6 months.....start investigation against the INC and NCP and then re-election as most powerful NCP and INC neats would be under tainted image whom people might refrain to go with.
3. Kejriwal Style- Announce some populist measures like Kejriwal free water....pass crucial bills....and then re-election. However premature decision like kejriwal made may harm the image and BJP may lose the ground but BJP is very much clever in politics....delaying the elections in Delhi is one of the best tactic used by BJP to outplay Kejriwal threat.

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BJP wins trust vote in Maharashtra Assembly

#2 Postby Shivani » Wed Nov 12, 2014 3:13 pm

CM Devendra Fadnavis minority Government in Maharashtra has won the trust vote in in Maharashtra assembly. The confidence motion was passed by voice-vote whereas, Shiv Sena's Eknath Shinde accorded the status of Leader of Opposition by the Speaker.

However, after this decision Congress and Shiv Sena accused the speaker of being biased towards BJP and demanded that the government should prove majority again.Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said, "It is a Black day for Maharashtra's democracy. We will meet Governor and will demand another round of trust vote."

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