There has been a confrontation between Janata Dal Secular and the Congress coalition government and Governor Vajubhai in the power struggle of Karnataka, because the possibility of voting on trust vote has become very depleted within the time limit given by the governor.
In the late evening of Thursday, the Governor has written a letter to the Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy saying that he should vote on trust vote till Friday 1.30 pm. This is confirmed by an official of the Chief Minister's Office.
The talk of time limit has come from the Governor at a time when there was a debate throughout the day on Thursday that in the case of rebel legislators, the Supreme Court order violates the rights of political parties.
The Supreme Court had ordered that 15 rebel MLAs are free to remain absent from the assembly process. This means that the political parties who issue whips to the compulsory presence in the House will be ineffective.
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Congress can go to court
Siddaramaiah, who raised questions on the issue in the House, told BBC Hindi, "The Supreme Court has said that the MLAs can be absent from the legislative assembly. This means that the parties who are related to them are not issued Whip. We do not issue whip. The violation of our rights is a political party. "
Siddaramaiah said that his party is considering revoking the court's door to reconsider the order of the Supreme Court.
At the same time, the party can also go to court to explain the whip to those MLAs who violated party rules and cause their resignation or absent government to fall.
Within a few minutes after Chief Minister Kumaraswamy presented the proposal of trust, Siddaramaiah raised this issue in the House.
Members like former minister HK Patil and minister Krishna Bair Gowda questioned the Supreme Court's decision because the legislator has an independent constitutional status.
Between the ruling parties and the BJP members, the former Chief Minister Jagdish Shettar and former minister Basavaraj Bommai, among other things, went to Raj Bhavan to give a memorandum to the governor.
His complaint was that the coalition government is delaying voting on trust vote.
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Commotion on the Governor's letter
The Governor also wrote a letter to the speaker Ramesh Kumar, speaker to the assembly and said that voting should be voted till the end of the day.
The letter was read by the Speaker in the House, on which Congress minister RV Deshpande and Bayer Gowda filed their protest on the direction of the Governor giving instructions to the speaker.
Bayer Gowda said, "The House is already acting on the issue of trust and members have expressed some concerns." The governor does not need to hasten for the trust. "
There was a sharp debate in the House between all these and BJP members such as Jesse Madhuswami say that the order of the Supreme Court is absolutely clear and its order can not be questioned.
There was a time when BJP members accused Speaker Ramesh Kumar of helping the coalition government to delay voting on trust vote.
In view of the Supreme Court order, when the Speaker left the House to consult the Advocate General on the issue of the legislators, then Deputy Speaker Krishna Reddy adjourned the House between the ruling and the strong debate among members of the Opposition.
In the opposition to delay in voting, BJP members decided to give up the night.
Congress leader VS Ugagram told the BBC, "I do not think the ruling alliance will be able to follow the time limit given by the governor. In the House there is already debate on the faith, and there are many instances where many days on trust There was a debate. "
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