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'Congress should be asked to prove majority'

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  6 Nov 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our correspondent

Itagar, November 5: The State BJP has sought the intervention of Governor J P Rajkhowa in order to hold back the bam Tuki led Congress government from taking major fincial decisions stating that the state government under Tuki has been reduced to minority within the Congress. The administration has virtually collapsed and the Congress should be asked to prove the required majority on the floor of the house. It is now open chapter that majority of the Congress MLAs are no more with this government,” a statement from BJP General Secretary Dominic Tadar said here today. “It has been reported that despite of the Supreme Court staying execution order worth Rs.326 crores against the state government over payments to food grain transporters in 2014, the Congress government has paid Rs. 450 crores and recently Rs.35 crores and also learnt from the sources that another Rs.65 crores is under process for payment to the PDS Contractors,” he alleged. Further asserting that the state government is likely to divert huge amount of funds for illegal payments in order to save the chair, Tadar further urged the governor to initiate appropriate measures at the earliest to protect the funds which are meant for the development of the state.

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