Bengaluru The political crisis that has been running from Karnataka in the last several weeks is still intact. But in the meanwhile, there is news of a relief for Congress-JDS alliance on Wednesday night. Congress rebel legislator Ramalinga Reddy said that he is withdrawing his resignation and he will vote in favor of the Congress. Let us know, on July 18, the coalition government has to go through the floor test in the assembly. With this, Congress and JDS have issued whips for their MLAs. However, according to the court's decision, the rebel legislators will not be able to implement whip.
The announcement of legislator Ramalinga Reddy, I will attend the Vidhan Sabha session tomorrow and will vote in favor of the party. I will stay in the party and will work as a legislator. At the same time rebel legislator of the Congress Sudhakar has returned to Bengaluru. He said that his daughter is suffering from dengue, which he will get treatment. He will not remain in the house during the trust vote on Thursday. After the Supreme Court's decision, the problems of Congress and Janta Dal-Secular (JD-S) coalition government have increased in Karnataka.
After leaving the House of rebel MLAs during the trust vote on Thursday, the coalition will not be sufficient members to prove the majority. The rebel legislators of Karnataka have made it clear that they will not go to the House during the discussions on July 18. The Congress MLAs who have been present in a Mumbai hotel for about 10 days have expressed happiness over the Supreme Court's decision. The rebel legislators said that they all remained on their own decision and there was no question of going to the house.
J.D. rebel MLA AH Vishwanath said, "We are not going to Bangalore to attend the assembly on Thursday." We thank the Supreme Court for allowing us to withdraw from the session. We have resigned to the president and we are expecting it to be immediately approved. A total of 16 MLAs, including 13 Congress MLAs and 3 MLAs of JDS, have resigned. At the same time, two independent MLAs R Shankar and H Nagesh withdrew support to the coalition government.
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