BJP MLAs return to Uttarakhand

Over 20 BJP MLAs from Uttarakhand on Sunday returned to the hill state ahead of the Assembly session starting on Monday.

Updated: Mar 26, 2012, 00:12 AM IST

Indore: Over 20 BJP MLAs from Uttarakhand
on Sunday returned to the hill state ahead of the assembly session
starting on Monday after visiting the holy towns of Ujjain and
Omkareshwar.

The BJP had flown the MLAs here in the wake of fluid
political situation there and asked its party unit in Madhya
Pradesh to take care of them.

The MLAs led by Uttarakhand President, Bishan Singh
Chauphal, had arrived here two-days back and stayed initially
at Ujjain and later in Indore.

Chauphal told reporters before leaving for Dehradun that
the Congress Government led by Chief Minister Vijay Bahuguna
would not be able to survive for long.

He said that Uttarakhand is a small state and the people
wanted a stable government which only BJP has the capacity to
provide.

PTI