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  India   Politics  04 Nov 2019  BJP men paying for misdeeds: CM Kamal Nath

BJP men paying for misdeeds: CM Kamal Nath

THE ASIAN AGE. | RABINDRA NATH CHOUDHURY
Published : Nov 4, 2019, 1:00 am IST
Updated : Nov 4, 2019, 1:00 am IST

He, however, declined to elaborate as to which BJP MLAs faced the prospects of being disqualified.

Kamal Nath (Photo: PTI)
 Kamal Nath (Photo: PTI)

Bhopal: Amid protests by the Opposition BJP over disqualification of party MLA by speaker of Madhya Pradesh assembly for being sentenced to two years in prison on charges of assaulting a government officer, chief minister Kamal Nath on Sunday indicated that two-three more legislators of the saffron party might face the fate of the convicted lawmaker in coming days.

“We will get 2-3 seats (which are going to fall vacant since the sitting MLAs of these constituencies are set to be convicted in criminal cases filed against them). Just wait and watch”, Mr Nath told reporters here.

 

He, however, declined to elaborate as to which BJP MLAs faced the prospects of being disqualified. “BJP leaders are now paying the price for their past misdeeds”, Mr Nath remarked.

BJP MLA from Pawai in Panna district in MP Prallhad Lodhi was disqualified by the Assembly speaker N. Prajapati on Saturday following his recent conviction by a special court on charges of assaulting a tehsildar in August 2014 for which he was sentenced to two years in prison.

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