Congress MLAs start congregating in Delhi, more than 35 MLAs fly to Delhi.

Congress MLAs start congregating in Delhi, more than 35 MLAs fly to Delhi.

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Raipur. All is not looking well with the Chhattisgarh government. More than 35 MLAs have travelled to Delhi today, amid worsening equations after Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and Minister TS Singhdeo meeting with Rahul Gandhi in Delhi. By Friday afternoon, more than 50 Congress MLAs will reach Delhi. This gathering of MLAs is a show of strength in favour of the Chief Minister.

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, who returned after the meeting in Delhi, had said in his statement that those who are talking about two and a half years will not be successful, the state in-charge PL Punia has also made it clear in his statement. Sonia-Rahul has entrusted the responsibility of the government to a farmer like me. When a confident Bhupesh Baghel made this statement, people believed that there was no such thing as the so-called two-and-a-half-year formula, but Minister TS Singhdeo statement in Delhi fueled the issue. In which he said that every player wants to be a captain. Here, there was a continuous meeting of Congress MLAs in the state.

Devendra Yadav, one of the MLAs who went to Delhi, said that we are going to Delhi to meet the high command. We will discuss the issues of Chhattisgarh firmly. Not only me, but all the MLAs are leaving. We will continue to serve under the leadership of CM Bhupesh Baghel.

 Earlier, a meeting of more than 10 Congress MLAs was held at the Circuit House in Raipur. MLA Brihaspat Singh, Chandradev Rai, UD Minj, Vinay Jaiswal, Gulab Kamro, Gurudayal Banjare, Purshottam Kanwar, Kunwar Nishad, Chintamani Maharaj, Bhuneshwar Baghel Rashmi Singh and other MLAs were present in this meeting.

 On 24 August, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel and TS Singhdev had a meeting for about 3 hours with former Congress National President Rahul Gandhi in Delhi. Congress organization general secretary KC Venugopal and state in-charge PL Punia were also present in the meeting. After the meeting was over, the state in charge, PL Punia, spoke to the media. He said that there was no political discussion.