Warning: Use of undefined constant REQUEST_URI - assumed 'REQUEST_URI' (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in C:\xampp\htdocs\mbc1\wp-content\themes\jannah4\functions.php on line 73
Karnataka Political Crisis: Karnataka MLA Latest News Political News [UPDATES] On Supreme Court | Speaker not able to decide on resignation of rebel legislators, Supreme Court said: Keep the situation till July 16 – jj
rss

Karnataka Political Crisis: Karnataka MLA Latest News Political News [UPDATES] On Supreme Court | Speaker not able to decide on resignation of rebel legislators, Supreme Court said: Keep the situation till July 16

[ad_1]

  • Next hearing on rebel legislators will be on Tuesday
  • During the hearing, the counsel who kept the rebel legislators said that the Speaker was holding a press conference instead of taking a decision.
  • After the Supreme Court order, rebel legislators reached Bangalore from Bangalore on Thursday to meet Karnataka Assembly Speaker

Dainik Bhaskar

Jul 12, 2019, 01:25 PM IST

Mumbai / Bengaluru. The next hearing on the petition of rebel legislators will be on Tuesday. The Supreme Court said that till then the situation will remain such. Advocating rebel legislators, Mukul Rohatgi said that Vidhan Sabha speaker Ramesh Kumar is accountable to the court except for some circumstances. Speakers are holding press conferences instead of deciding on resignation.

Senior advocate Abhishek Manu Singhvi, who has kept the Speaker and Congress's side argued that the intention of the resignation MLAs is different. They have done this to avoid disqualification. Speakers are also constitutionally bound to decide on the disqualification of the legislators. Trying to spoil the speaker's image. They will take a decision on the resignation only after examining them.

During the hearing, advocate Rajiv Dhawan turned the favor of the Chief Minister of Karnataka. He questioned the allegations made by the rebel legislators on the speaker. The rebel legislators had said that speakers were working maliciously.

Rebel MLA returned to Mumbai

Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh returned to Mumbai after meeting at 6 pm on Thursday. After the Supreme Court order, rebel MLAs of all JDS and Congress had come to meet Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar. The rebel legislators had filed a petition in the Supreme Court accusing Ramesh Kumar on Wednesday. He had said that the Assembly speaker is not knowingly accepting resignation and delaying it.

Earlier, hearing the petition, the Supreme Court had asked Ramesh Kumar to give the court a decision on the resignation of the legislators soon and by Friday. After this assembly speaker had said that the Supreme Court has asked me to take a decision. I have videography of everything. I will send all these things to the court. He said, "It is being said that I delayed the process, it is wrong. The Governor gave me information on July 6 and I was in the office till then. Earlier, no legislator had told me that they are coming to meet. "Speaker said on Thursday that it will take me overnight to check whether the resignations of legislators are authentic or not.

So far, 13 Congress MLAs and 3 JDS MLAs have resigned in Karnataka. Of these, 10 were applying for the delay in accepting resignation to the apex court. Court order will not apply to the remaining 6 legislators.

Karnataka Political Crisis

All MLAs should be present in the House- Congress

Karnataka Legislative Congress leader Ganesh Hukkeri has asked all the MLAs to be in the assembly session starting from Friday. According to Hukkai, many important bills will be presented in the House, the legislators who remain absent during this time will be declared illegal under anti-defiance law.

Congress 13, JDS 3 MLAs resign

Umesh Kamtalli, BC Patil, Ramesh Jarkiholi, Shivaram Habber, H. Viswanath, Gopalaiya, B. Biswaraj, Narayan Gowda, Munirattana, ST Somasekhara, Pratap Gowda Patil, Muniratna and Anand Singh have submitted resignation. At the same time, suspended Congress MLA Roshan Baig also resigned on Tuesday. On Wednesday, Sudhakar, MTB Nagraj resigned.

[ad_2]
Source link