- The letter was also retweeted from Twitter handle of MP BJP and Shivraj Singh Chauhan
- It is interesting that in Madhya Pradesh BJP’s Twitter message, the instruction word was written as impure.
Mar 16, 2020, 10:09 PM IST
Bhopal. The conflict between the Governor and the Chief Minister continues in Madhya Pradesh. But not in the face, in the letter. Today, on Monday, the second letter of Governor Lalji Tandon appeared. He has shown strictness on the political attitude of Chief Minister Kamal Nath and asked to conduct a floor test on Tuesday, March 17 itself. This letter has been written in such a rage that 14 mistakes or syntax inaccuracies were left in the letter of just 341 words.
The letter was also retweeted from the Twitter handle of MP BJP and former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. Interestingly, in Madhya Pradesh BJP’s Twitter message, the instruction word was spelled wrong. A dot was placed in it.
In response to Chief Minister Kamal Nath’s letter, the Governor took objection and again on March 17 to conduct floor test. Instructions lamps. pic.twitter.com/tAJhi5TS07
– BJP MadhyaPradesh (@ BJP4MP) March 16, 2020
some examples: In the governor’s letter Limits If I missed the quantity of ‘Aa’, Bindi got lost in writing ‘No’. Just like that Postponed If the word took more than one amount, it would bePostponed‘Done and if the quantity is missing in the word assembly’Legislative Assembly‘Was written. The place of similar circumstances’Circumstances‘Written and two places comma and lack of full stop Akhri.
When we read this letter, it was not right to ignore the mistakes made in it, so they Yellow mark He tried to bring it to the fore, so that this message would reach His Majesty and his sense of purity in the spirit of healthy democracy would increase a bit more.
The letter and inaccuracies of the Honorable Governor–
Dear Mr. Kamal Nath,
I received a reply from my letter dated 14 March 2020, thank you, 1.(Missed full stop here ) I am sorry that the letter sentiment / language parliamentary 2. Maryada (Correct words – dignities) Friendly 3. no (Missing dot here) is.
In my letter dated 14 March 2020, I requested you to get a vote of confidence in the Vidhan Sabha on 16 March. The Legislative Assembly session started today, 4. I read my address, but you did not initiate the process of getting the confidence vote of the house (The sentence should have been vague and replaced with ‘done’) And no meaningful efforts were made in this regard and the proceedings of the House till 26.03.20 5. Postponed (Correct word postponed) happened.
The decision of the Supreme Court which you have mentioned in your letter is current 6. Circumstances (Right word – circumstances) And 7. In facts do not apply (The sentence is ambiguous). When questions arise whether a government has the confidence of the House 8.(Missed comma here) In such a situation, it has been unquestionably established by the Supreme Court in many of its decisions that this question 9.The answer can be final only through floor test in the House.. (Correct – The final answer to this question can only be found through floor test in the House.)
It is a pity, 10.(Unnecessary comma here) That you can prove your majority in the time period given to me by you 11.Of Instead (Instead of the correct word), By writing this letter, to get the confidence vote and 12. Legislative Assembly (Correct word – assembly ) Has expressed its inability to conduct floor test in 13. Have to come, (Correct word inattention) Which has no justification and basis. The reasons you have not given in your letter for conducting floor tests are baseless and meaningless14. is (Here the plural dot is left).
Therefore, I request you again that you are constitutional and democratic (The word democratic would have been better here) Honoring the beliefs, get the floor test done in Madhya Pradesh Legislative Assembly by tomorrow, March 17, 2020 and prove your majority, otherwise it will be assumed that you do not actually have majority in the Vidhan Sabha.
with best wishes .
(Lal G. Tandon)