Karnataka: Speaker takes a big decision on rebels' resignation
Karnataka: Speaker takes a big decision on rebels' resignation

On Tuesday, Speaker of the Assembly KR Ramesh Kumar stuck a new screw amid the ongoing political drama in Karnataka. He said the resignations of eight of the 13 rebel MLAs of the ruling JDS-Congress coalition government have not been duly presented in the draft. Meanwhile, the resignation of another legislator has brought the total number of MLAs who have broken off from the coalition government to 17.

This has deepened the crisis. The rebel MLAs, who left Fortown from Mumbai to Goa, are reported to have returned to Mumbai from Satara. There was a big uproar in both the Houses of Parliament over Karnataka. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi was also seen shouting slogans. Let us know the full details

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The 13-month-old HD Kumaraswamy government, which is reeling under existential crisis amid the turmoil, rests on the speaker's decision on the rebels' resignations. On Tuesday, another MLA Roshan Baig also resigned. Speaker Ramesh Kumar said that out of the 13 resignations sent earlier, only five resigned in the prescribed format and as per rules.

Since eight others are not in the prescribed format, they have been sent a reminder to give them a letter of a request if they wish to resign. He has not yet seen Roshan Baig's resignation. He has invited rebel MLAs Anand Singh, Pratap Gowda Patil and Narayan Gowda to meet him between 3 pm and 4 pm on 12th July. On the same day, the session of Wis. begins. He has given two days to the legislators to present their case by July 11.

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Besides, 14 rebels JDS and Congress MLAs, who left Mumbai on Monday evening, are returning to Mumbai from Satara. He had been camping at a hotel in Mumbai since he resigned last Saturday. Among them are 10 Congressmen, 2 JDS and two Independents. He is accompanied by Mumbai Bajyumo Chairman Mohit Bharatia.

Congress demanded the speaker to disqualify the rebel MLAs. The party alleged that the BJP was using money power to attract its MLAs. A delegation of Congress leaders met Speaker Kumar and urged the rebels to be disqualified under the defection law.

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