Madhya Pradesh ministers Tulsiram Silawat and Govind Rajput, who aren’t members of the state legislature, have resigned from their posts after completion of six months in workplace, an official mentioned on Wednesday.
Each of them are contesting the November Three state Meeting bypolls.
As per Article 164 (4) of the Structure, “a minister who for any interval of six consecutive months isn’t a member of the legislature of the state shall on the expiration of that interval stop to be a minister”.
“Each Tulsiram Silawat and Govind Rajput have resigned from their posts, a public relation division official informed PTI. In a letter dated October 20 addressed to chief minister, Tulsiram Silawat mentioned, As per the Constitutions Article 164 (4), I’m resigning from the publish of water assets minister by myself.”
A duplicate of the letter has gone viral on social media.
Tulsiram Silawat and Govind Rajput, who was holding cost of the transport division, took oath as ministers on April 21.
The second state cupboard growth, by which quite a lot of different non-MLAs have been inducted as ministers, happened on July 2 and so they will not must resign from their posts as of now, a constitutional professional mentioned.
Tulsiram Silawat and Govind Rajput together with 20 different MLAs loyal to BJP Rajya Sabha member Jyotiraditya Scindia resigned from the Congress and their Meeting memberships in March this 12 months, resulting in the collapse of the Kamal Nath-led authorities.
Later, three extra Congress MLAs resigned. Moreover, three sitting MLAs within the state died.
By-elections to 28 Meeting seats within the state will probably be held on November 3.