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    Narayanasamy government in Puducherry asked to prove majority on 22 February

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    The ruling Congress party in Puducherry is struggling with the number crisis. It is believed that after the resignation of four Congress MLAs, the government of CM Narayanasamy has come in a minority.

    In Puducherry V. Narayan Sami (V. Narayanasamy) led Congress government has been asked to prove majority on 22 February. Deputy Governor Tamilisai Sundararajan has asked Narayanasamy to prove his majority on Monday. The ruling Congress party in Puducherry is struggling with the number crisis. It is believed that after the resignation of four Congress MLAs, the government of CM Narayanasamy has come in a minority. However, the Chief Minister has denied this.

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    Four Congress MLAs have recently resigned, while N.K. Dhanvelu was disqualified last year for alleged anti-party activities. A few days ago, speaking to Granthshala, Narayanasamy said that the BJP is indulging in horse-trading of MLAs, and is repeating the strategy used to ‘topple democratically elected governments’ in other states. Assembly elections are to be held in Puducherry in April-May.

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