New Delhi: Amid rising tensions over the future of the Congress government in Madhya Pradesh, Jyotiraditya Scindia is likely to join the BJP on Wednesday, a day after he sent his resignation letter to Sonia Gandhi. Also Read - When Jyotiraditya Prompted Rahul Gandhi What to Say: Video And Memes Go Viral After Scindia's Exit
Despite the imminent peril, the Congress government said it has enough numbers to float through the floor test. According to reports, both the BJP and the Congress are taking stock of their MLAs. Some ministers, including CM Kamal Nath, left for Bengaluru on Tuesday. Other MLAs were reportedly taken to Jaipur. Also Read - 'He Waited and Waited', Cousin Shares Behind-The-Scene Story of Jyotiraditya And Rahul Gandhi on Social Media
On Wednesday, Congress leader Digvijaya Singh took to Twitter and defended the Congress saying Scindia was never sidelined. Also Read - Madhya Pradesh: Jyotiraditya Scindia Exits. What's Next?
“Congress is together. The Congress government under the leadership of Chief Minister Kamal Nath in Madhya Pradesh is completely united and secure. The BJP’s “divide & rule” conspiracy will never succeed. All our MLAs consider their accountability, duty and morality towards the people of the state supreme,” said Madhya Pradesh Congress in a tweet.