Ex Chief Minister Harish Rawat has been saying this and has once again repeated that despite of rebel MLAs, he can easily prove majority to claim stake to form government.
Now when Uttarakhand Assembly has been asked to go for a floor test on May 10, Harish Rawat has once again claimed that he will prove majority before that.
He also alleged that 2 bureaucrats are being blackmailed so that he fails to prove the majority.
"2 bureaucrats on top positions are being blackmailed into act against us to stop us to prove our majority," said Harish Rawat.
"I've decided that after result of May 10, we'll wage a war against blackmailers," he added.
The Supreme Court ordered a floor test on May 10 in the Uttarakhand Assembly when sacked Chief Minister Harish Rawat will seek a vote of confidence in which the nine rebel Congress MLAs cannot participate if they continue to remain disqualified at the time of voting.