BANGALORE: Ahead of the confidence vote in the Karnataka Assembly on Monday, the Ruling Congress-JDS alliance has suffered another setback. The setback was not given by anyone else but by mayawati's BSP, her ally. The BSP MLA announced that he will be absent from the House during the trust vote in the Assembly tomorrow. "I will not participate in the confidence vote in the Karnataka Assembly tomorrow as directed by Mayawatiji. The MLA's decision has shocked the government because it is already in a minority.
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In this situation, one vote each is very precious to him. If the Government is not able to prove its majority in the House, it will fall. The Congress and the JD(S) are trying hard to save the government. Meanwhile, political parties are working on their own strategy on the trust vote. The political meetings are going on in the state.
When congress and JDS alliance leaders held meetings, BJP state chief BS Yeddyurappa also met party MLAs to discuss the action plan. It is said that the coalition leaders are in the last exercise to woo the rebel MLAs camping in Mumbai. Talking to reporters on Saturday, Yeddyurappa targeted the state government. He said, despite the Governor's directive to complete the confidence vote on Friday, the government took the time in the House.
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