New Delhi, High Drama erupted in Bhopal and Gurugram after eight MLAs, including four Congress, two Bahujan Samaj Party, one Samajwadi Party and one independent, went missing from the state and were tracked in Gurugram by Congress senior leader Digvijaya Singh.
In a late night ‘rescue’ operation headed by former Chief Minister Digvijaya Singh, one of the MLAs was brought back.
Around 2 a.m., Congress leaders Jitu Patwari and Digvijaya Singh’s son Jai Vardhan Singh, both ministers in the Kamal Nath government, reached a luxury hotel in Haryana and brought back suspended BSP MLA Ramabai.
Sources say contact was also established with Congress MLA Bishulal Singh, but so far he has not returned.
Former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Digvijaya Singh said, “When we got to know about this, we tried to get back the MLAs and Ramabai has come back while others want to come, but the BJP is trying to stop the MLAs.”
The development comes a day after Digvijaya Singh accused the BJP of poaching its party Legislators to topple the Congress government in the state.
Singh had alleged that the MLAs were being offered huge cash in lieu of support to the BJP...