Harish Rawat used Uttarakhand state resources to bribe MLAs: BJP
BJP alleges that Harish Rawat has tried to 'buy' majority and claims that people will teach him a lesson in the elections.
New Delhi: With Harish Rawat clinching the numbers game in Uttarakhand Assembly floor test on Tuesday, the BJP alleged that he has tried to "buy" majority and claimed that people will teach him a lesson in the elections.
BJP cited recent sting operations to accuse Rawat of "bribing" legislators and also referred to the switching over of one Congress MLA on Tuesday to the BJP camp to say that what happened in the state was caused by crisis within Congress.
"Congress wanted to run the government without having the support of a majority of MLAs. As many as 10 MLAs, including nine rebels, have left it. Rawat has used the loot of state resources to bribe MLAs. He will not get the people's trust. They will teach him a lesson in the Assembly election," BJP national secretary Shrikant Sharma said following the test.
The Supreme Court is scheduled to pronounce a decision on Wednesday after the floor test held in the Assembly following its order. Congress has already begun celebrating with Rawat thanking MLAs for their support.
Earlier on Saturday, the home ministry reduced Supriyo's security category from the 'Z' to 'Y' category
Addressing the foundation day of the All India Mahila Congress, Gandhi said that the ideology of the Congress was completely opposite of the BJP-RSS and only one of the two ideologies can rule the country.
Priyanka said last week that people are going to change the government and the chief minister in the upcoming Assembly polls