New Delhi: After some of the Congress MLAs from Madhya Pradesh were released from a resort on Gurugram, state chief minister Kamal Nath on Wednesday said that the BJP with the help of mafias has been trying to destabilise his government in the state. Also Read - Midnight Drama at Gurugram Hotel: Situation Now Under Control, Says Kamal Nath on Poaching Scare of Madhya Pradesh MLAs

Expressing confidence that his government in the state will complete five-year term, Kamal Nath said his party has the full majority in the assembly which they have proved during the recent budget session. Also Read - Madhya Pradesh at Present Will Not Implement NPR, Clarifies Kamal Nath

“The BJP with the help of mafias has been unsuccessfully trying to destabilise the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh. We have a full majority in the assembly which we have proved during the passage of budget and election of Speaker and Deputy Speaker,” Kamal Nath said. Also Read - After Kamal Nath's 'Toh Utar Jayein' Retort, Jyotiraditya Scindia Reiterates Will 'Hit The Streets'

Earlier in the day, senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh alleged that the BJP has escorted four MLAs from MP, including three from his party, to Bengaluru.

“Last night, two charter planes were booked by the BJP to take MLAs to Bengaluru. One was a 9-seater plane while the other was 12-seater. In the 12-seater plane, four MLAs were taken to Bengaluru. Out of them, three Congress MLAs Bisahulal Singh, Raghuraj Kansana and Hardeep Dang and one Independent MLA Surendra Singh,” Singh alleged.

Digvijaya Singh further accused former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Narottam Mishra and some other BJP leaders of creating the political turmoil in the state.

“Their phones were taken away. They were taken there (Bengaluru). Kansana was forcefully made to board the plane. Bisahulal Singh was also forcefully taken away against his will. We are not able to contact them,” he alleged.

Refuting any rift within the party, Digvijaya Singh said Chief Minister Kamal Nath, Jyotiraditya Scindia, and all Madhya Pradesh Congress leaders ae united.

The Congress also accused the BJP of holding captive MLAs, including Congress and independent lawmakers at a hotel in Gurugram. Digvijaya further accused the BJP of resorting to horse-trading in order to bring down the Kamal Nath government.