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Presidential rule has been issued in Puducherry

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The Union Cabinet on Wednesday recommended presidential rule in Puducherry after the BJP and its allies were not partners in demanding the formation of a government.

Presidential rule has been issued in Puducherry. The Union Cabinet on Wednesday recommended presidential rule in Puducherry after the BJP and its allies were not partners in demanding the formation of a government. In Puducherry, Narayanasamy’s Congress government has lost its majority. The chief minister was supposed to be trusted on Monday Narayanasamy has resigned from his post Lieutenant Governor Tamilsai Sundarajan recommended the President’s rule after the BJP and its allies did not share in the demand for government formation.

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The Congress government was in trouble after several MLAs resigned last week. Two MLAs resigned on Sunday, after which V Narayanasamy had only 11 MLAs, but the opposition parties had a total of 14 MLAs. Congress MLA K. Following the resignations of Laxminarayan and DMK MLA Venkatson on Sunday, the Congress-DMK alliance has dropped to 11 MLAs in the 33-member assembly, while the opposition had 14 MLAs. On Monday, CM Narayanasamy resigned, after he accused the BJP and NR Congress of conspiring to overthrow his government.

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