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Madhya Pradesh Assembly Election 2023: Notices Issued to Non-Contesting MLAs for Government House Evacuation in Madhya Pradesh

The proactive approach by the Assembly Secretariat ensures a seamless transition for the incoming legislators, emphasizing that former MLAs are no longer eligible for government housing.

With the Madhya Pradesh Assembly election results pending, the administrative machinery is already in motion for the transition of government accommodations. Notices have been dispatched to 30 MLAs who did not participate in the 2023 assembly elections, signaling the conclusion of their legislative terms. These MLAs, spanning both BJP and Congress, are directed to vacate government houses, a preemptive measure anticipating the need for accommodations for newly elected representatives post the December 3 results announcement.

The proactive approach by the Assembly Secretariat ensures a seamless transition for the incoming legislators, emphasizing that former MLAs are no longer eligible for government housing. Alongside serving notices, the Assembly Secretariat has communicated with the state government, urging the vacation of guest houses and rest houses affiliated with various departments. This anticipatory step aims to provide incoming MLAs with readily available accommodations upon their arrival in Bhopal.

The list of recipients for eviction notices encompasses prominent figures from both BJP and Congress, emphasizing the non-partisan nature of the directive. This administrative preparedness underscores the commitment to a smooth housing allocation process aligned with the election outcome, facilitating an efficient transition for the elected representatives.

The 30 MLAs who have received notices to vacate government houses are as follows:

  1. Defense Sinories – Bhander
  2. Virendra Raghuvanshi – Kolaras
  3. Rajesh Prajapati – Chandla
  4. Purushottam Tantuvaya (removed)
  5. Shyamlal – Tyonthar
  6. Panchulal Prajapati – Manganwa
  7. Amar Singh – Chitrangi
  8. Ram Lallu Vaishya – Singrauli
  9. Sitaram Adivasi
  10. Rakesh Mavai
  11. Akash Vijayvargiya
  12. Ram Dongre
  13. Sumitra Kasdekar
  14. Paras Jain
  15. Mevaram Jatav
  16. Jalam Singh Patel

These MLAs, irrespective of their political affiliations, have been formally notified by the Assembly Secretariat to vacate their government residences in preparation for the post-election transition.

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