इंडियन आवाज़     22 Jan 2020 10:53:05      انڈین آواز

Maharashtra: NCP forms committee to decide CMP for new Govt



The political activities and consultations are going on to form a coalition government in Maharashtra following the imposition of President’s Rule in the state.

The Nationalist Congress Party, NCP which emerged as the third-largest party in the recent State Assembly polls, started working on activities of new coalition government including Congress and Shivsena. In a meeting held in Mumbai this morning, a five-member committee of the NCP leaders has been formed to decide the Common Minimum Programme with the Congress. The members include Jayant Patil, Ajit Pawar, Chagan Bhujbal, Dhananjay Munde and Nawab Malik.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, NCP leader Ajit Pawar said that Mr Jayant Patil will call on President of Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee Balasaheb Thorat for further discussions between the parties and discuss the dates from which they can have a joint discussion on how to go ahead.

Mr Pawar said, his party feels that Maharashtra should get a government before the year-end. He also said that the party has told its MLAs to go back to their constituencies. He said that all MLAs have passed a resolution that the decision taken by Sharad Pawar will be final, some have suggested that they will discuss and meet again tomorrow.

Meanwhile, Shivsena President Uddhav Thackeray met Congress leader Ahmad Patel last night. Mr Patel is likely to apprise the Congress President Sonia Gandhi in Delhi today. Maharashtra Congress leaders will meet Mr Thackeray at a suburban hotel in Mumbai this afternoon for further discussion on new government formation strategies.

Earlier, Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari yesterday recommended President’s rule in the state. Following the report, the Union Cabinet recommended President’s Rule in the state and President Ram Nath Kovind signed a proclamation imposing President’s Rule in Maharashtra under Article 356 (1).

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  1. Deadlock in Maharashtra and allowing disqualified Karnatak MLAs to contest by-polls

    Alliance-politics is gradually sinking in Indian politics with BJP-Shivsena pre-poll alliance not having able to form government in Maharashtra. Supreme Court has allowed 17 ousted Karnatak MLAs to contest by-polls. Also NDA ally LJP deciding to go alone in forthcoming elections to Jharkhand state-assembly. JDU also at times speaks in different tone from its main ally BJP in Bihar government. Massive and consolidated poll-reforms are only remedy for such volatile politics inducing money-game in making and breaking of governments. It is time that BJP persuades its smaller allies to join BJP mainstream rather than giving them disproportionate share in ticket-distribution or share in power.

    A sitting MLA, MLC or MP must resign first from earlier seat before filing nomination for other. An MP may automatically lose membership of Parliament on taking oath as minister in a state. Likewise any state-legislator may lose membership on taking oath as minister at the centre. Legislators in states and centres may be disqualified for contesting elections for life in case of mid-term resignation from the legislative body. State-legislators and Parliamentarians must not be allowed to hold membership of civic bodies or party-posts simultaneously.

    Chief Minister should be simultaneously with Speaker and Deputy Speaker by secret and compulsory vote through EVMs equipped with VVPAT on nominations signed by at least 34-percent members with abstaining members losing right to vote in the House though retaining membership. Such elected incumbents may be removed through same process but with compulsion to name alternate leader in the same motion.


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