Puducherry: In Puducherry, the Congress-DMK coalition government has lost power. A trust vote was to be held on Monday, but Chief Minister V Narayanasamy walked out of the House shortly before this, after which the Puducherry assembly speaker announced that the Narayanasamy government had lost a majority here. The Chief Minister has resigned from his post. Let us know that after the resignation of several MLAs last week, the Congress government was in trouble. On Sunday too, two MLAs resigned, after which V Narayanasamy had only 11 MLAs, but the opposition parties had a total of 14 MLAs.
Puducherry’s newly appointed Deputy Governor Tamilisai Saundararajan directed Chief Minister V. Narayanasamy to prove his majority in the Assembly. This instruction was given by the governor after the opposition claimed to lose the majority of the ruling Congress-DMK alliance. V Narayanasamy was repeatedly claiming that he had a majority. He even said in the House that he had a majority, but he walked out before voting.
Please tell that Congress MLA K.K. Following the resignation of Laxminarayanan and DMK MLA Venkatesan on Sunday, the number of MLAs of Congress-DMK alliance in the 33-member assembly has come down to 11, while the opposition parties had 14 MLAs. Four Congress MLAs, including Namasivayam (now in BJP) and Malladi Krishna Rao, had earlier resigned, while another MLA from the party was disqualified. Narayanasamy’s close a. John Kumar also resigned this week.