New Delhi : Amidst the CBI investigation into the new excise policy of the Delhi government and allegations and counter-allegations by AAP-BJP, the Kejriwal government will present a confidence motion in the assembly today.
The Kejriwal government is likely to pass it easily due to a clear majority. At the same time, there is a possibility of uproar in the house.
Let us tell you, on Friday, AAP had called for a one-day special session, but as soon as the session began, BJP MLAs started a ruckus, after which Rakhi Birla, who was presiding over the meeting in the assembly, expelled all the opposition MLAs from the house. was. Kejriwal government will present confidence motion
Earlier, AAP leaders accused BJP of horse-trading their MLAs.
The public affairs committee of the party met. After this, a meeting of party legislators was called on Wednesday. After the meeting, all the MLAs reached Rajghat and gave a message of solidarity.
On Friday, at four o’clock in the special session of the assembly, CM Kejriwal, while addressing the house, made a strong attack on the BJP. In this, he accused the BJP of offering Rs 20 crore each to its MLAs.
He had said that BJP had contacted 12 of its MLAs. After this he presented a confidence motion to his government. The proposal introduced by him will be discussed in the assembly today.
He said that this proposal has been brought so that the people of Delhi are sure that the government in Delhi is stable.
Let us tell you, in the 70-member Delhi Assembly, AAP has 62, while the BJP has only eight members. Due to this, the confidence motion is likely to be passed easily.
The BJP, on the other hand, accused Kejriwal of using the assembly for political campaigning and pretending to divert people’s attention from his government’s liquor scam.
Let us tell you that on Friday, the Kejriwal government had called for a one-day special session but it was extended for another day.