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Uttarakhand crisis: Harish Rawat government to face litmus test

Harish Rawat Government In Will Face Litmus Test On May 10 After President Rule Was Imposed Due To Instability. Both BJP And Congress Are Claiming Their Victory. In A 70-member Assembly, Rawat Needs To Get 31 Votes After 9 MLAs Were Disqualified.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Pankaj Samantray | Updated on: 09 May 2016, 11:19:01 PM

New Delhi:

Harish Rawat government in will face litmus test on May 10 after President Rule was imposed due to instability. Both BJP and Congress are claiming their victory. In a 70-member Assembly, Rawat needs to get 31 votes after 9 MLAs were disqualified.  News Nation conducted a survey in 35 assembly to know the mood of the people before the floor test.  BJP’s former CM BC Khanduri was most sought chief minister of the state. 

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First Published : 09 May 2016, 10:59:00 PM