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IMPHAL, June 21 - Former Chief Minister and the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader, O Ibobi Singh has demanded a special Assembly session to prove majority of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led government in Manipur.

Talking to a group of reporters, the Congress leader said that the present government does not have the majority, so it has no right to remain in power. He also said that the role of Speaker during the conduct of the Rajya Sabha polls was not satisfactory. �We have no option, but to approach the Supreme Court for justice,� the senior Congress leader claimed.

It is learnt that the Congress- led Secular Progressive Front has 29 MLAs (24 Congress, 4 NPP and 1 Independent) while the BJP- led government has 23 MLAs (18 BJP,4 Naga People�s Front and 1 Lok Janshakti).

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Cong demands special Assembly session

IMPHAL, June 21 - Former Chief Minister and the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) leader, O Ibobi Singh has demanded a special Assembly session to prove majority of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) led government in Manipur.

Talking to a group of reporters, the Congress leader said that the present government does not have the majority, so it has no right to remain in power. He also said that the role of Speaker during the conduct of the Rajya Sabha polls was not satisfactory. �We have no option, but to approach the Supreme Court for justice,� the senior Congress leader claimed.

It is learnt that the Congress- led Secular Progressive Front has 29 MLAs (24 Congress, 4 NPP and 1 Independent) while the BJP- led government has 23 MLAs (18 BJP,4 Naga People�s Front and 1 Lok Janshakti).

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