The former CM said that the reason for the collapse of his government in Puducherry was to threaten their MLAs and force them to leave the Congress party. Narayanaswamy said ..
The former CM said that the reason for the collapse of his government in Puducherry was to threaten their MLAs and force them to leave the Congress party. Narayanaswamy said. He said in an interview that not only was he threatening them, he was also putting pressure on them. He said he had evidence for this. He said that no one had gone dissatisfied with him and that many MLAs were fond of him. The four-and-a-half-year-old Narayanaswamy government fell into the minority with the resignation of four Congress members as well as a DMK MLA. With this, Narayanaswamy had to face a test of faith in the assembly. Finally, he had to resign as he could not win the test of strength. Recently, the President imposed a rule in Puducherry.
(News came two days ago that the BJP’s strategy of abruptly removing former lieutenant governor Kiran Bedi and getting Narayanaswamy Sarkar in trouble had paid off). Narayanaswamy said that Congress MLAs had been with him for four years and some of them had lodged complaints against him. He revealed that an MLA came to him and told him that he had to pay Rs 22 crore as tax returns and that the case would be closed if he resigned. Responding to sarcastic remarks about him being a ‘parachute chief minister’, he said his appointment as chief minister was unanimous. He also said that neither Sonia Gandhi nor Rahul had interfered in his selection. Narayanaswamy said he still had their support. He hinted that he had a chance to win again in the coming elections and become CEO. Elections are also scheduled to be held in Puducherry soon.
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