The Supreme Court on Wednesday refused the rebel Congress MLAs offer to meet and deferred the hearing on former Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s plea till tomorrow. During the hearing today, the ruling Congress said that a probe is required on the resignations submitted to Speaker NP Prajapati by the BJP leaders on behalf of rebel Congress MLAs. Appearing for the Congress party in the Supreme Court, advocate Dushyant Dave said that resignations of the ruling alliance MLAs were extracted by force and coercion and that they did not act as per their free will. He argued that the public of Madhya Pradesh trusted Congress and the single largest party had won the vote of confidence that day. Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, appearing for Shivraj, offered to produce all 16 rebel MLAs in judges’ chamber. The court, however, categorically said “no”. Rohatgi then said Registrar General of Karnataka HC could go and meet rebel MLAs tomorrow and video record everything. But the top court refused to send Registrar General to meet rebel MLAs, defers hearing for tomorrow 10.30 am. The also refused to accept the offer of rebel Congress MLAs to meet them, saying it would not be appropriate.