- Speaker told the rebel MLAs- Meet me at the office on July 23 at 11 o'clock
- Chief Minister Kumaraswamy's vote of confidence vote on Thursday and Friday in the assembly
- The governor had given two deadlines Friday to prove a majority with Kumaraswamy
- Kumaraswamy challenged in Supreme Court to give deadline for floor test against Governor
- BSP chief Mayawati told her only MLA: Vote in favor of Kumaraswamy
Jul 22, 2019, 04:03 PM IST
Bengaluru In Karnataka, the Kumaraswamy government can prove a majority on Monday. Speaker Ramesh Kumar said that the decision on the trust vote will be taken today. He said that every member will speak only 10 minutes, I do not have to repeat this point again and again. Earlier, before the proceedings of the assembly began, the Speaker issued notice to 15 rebel legislators on the issue of disqualification. The Speaker has called the MLAs at his office till 23 July on July 23.
During the proceedings, the speaker said, "Today I will pass an order. The delay in understanding the Supreme Court order All members should maintain dignity in the House. Here's the time to waste the image of assembly, speaker and MLAs. "Kumaraswamy's vote of confidence vote has been discussed in the assembly on Thursday and Friday.
First Speaker to Decide On Resignations- Congress
Congress leader DK Shivkumar said: If BJP wants a chair, why not accept it? Why are not they talking about Operation Lotus? They should accept the fact that they are in contact with rebel legislators. Congress MLA Krishna Baiyyara Gowda said – we are in extraordinary circumstances. I appeal to the speaker to decide on the resignations before voting for the confidence vote.
Supreme Court denies hearing on petition of independents
Earlier, the Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal of two independent legislators soon. On Sunday, two independents who withdrew support to the Congress-JDS government had asked the Supreme Court to order the floor test by Monday evening 5 PM. On the other hand, the only BSP MLA from the state, An Mahesh, was asked by party chief Mayawati to support Kumaraswamy's favor. Earlier, Anne Mahesh had said that he would remain neutral during the floor test. However, during the debate on the Vote vote, BSP MLAs were absent in the House.
Today is the last day of Kumaraswamy government: Yeddyurappa
On Sunday, Chief Minister Kumaraswamy held a meeting in the Taj Hotel with Congress-JDS legislators. Chief Minister Kumaraswamy attacked the BJP and said that it is a new benchmark of unethical politics in the country. On the other hand, BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa again said that on Monday the coalition government will be the last day of the government. On the other hand, rebel legislators present in Mumbai said, "We have come here only to teach the coalition government (Congress-JDS) a lesson to the government. There is no other motive except this. We did not come here with greed for money or anything else. Once everything is alright, then will return to Bengaluru.
Kumaraswamy ignored the governor's two deadlines
Governor Vajubhai Wala had given deadlines to Kumaraswamy to prove his majority on Friday afternoon at 1.30 pm and then till 6 pm. But the Chief Minister did not prove trust vote on this day. Kumaraswamy had said on Friday, "I have respect for the governor, but his second love letter has hurt me. I leave the floor test on the speaker. I can not be guided by Delhi I appeal to the speaker to protect me from the letter sent by the governor. "
An atmosphere of collapse of coalition government is being made: Kumaraswamy
The Chief Minister, while showing the photograph of Independent legislator H. Nagesh with Yeddyurappa's private secretary PA Santosh, said, "Did he really know about the purchase and distribution of MLAs 10 days ago? Ever since the Congress-JDS government was formed, the atmosphere was being created to demolish it. I knew from the very day that the power will not run much, see how many days will the government run the BJP? Let the issue be debated You (BJP) can still form the government. there's no rush. You can make a government on Monday or on Tuesday. I will not misuse my rights. The first political crisis will be discussed, then the floor test. "
The petition filed by the Congress against the Supreme Court verdict
Congress has filed a petition in the Supreme Court, challenging the July 17 verdict of the apex court. In fact, the court had on July 17 said that 15 rebel MLAs should not be compelled to become part of the proceedings of the House. Whip will not apply to these MLAs. Karnatak Congress chief Dinesh Gundu Rao filed a petition seeking the clarification on the decision by the court. It states that the order of the court affects the party's right to issue whip.