Bengaluru: Karnataka Speaker K.R. Ramesh Kumar on Thursday disqualified two Congress MLAs and an Independent MLA. All three MLAs have been disqualified till the end of the term of the present assembly. On these MLAs the speaker has taken action under the Dal-Changed law.
The most shocking decision of the speaker is the independent legislator R. Shankar has to be disqualified. Everyone wants to know its reason. When this news came in the beginning, the question was in the minds of most of the independent MLA R. Shankar was disqualified on what grounds the speaker was disqualified. It was later clarified that the Speaker considered the Independent legislators as the Congress legislator. R. Shankar had merged his own party in Congress before becoming a minister.
According to K R Ramesh, "The case is complicated, so I did not want to hasten in it. I had 17 petitions in front of it, 2 were in disqualification and other resignations."
Speaker said, "MLA R. Shankar won the election as an Independent, on June 25, he merged his party with Congress, Siddaramaiah had appealed for this, therefore he was given the seat of Congress. On July, Shankar Nagesh resigned from the post of minister, after which he claimed to support BJP. Siddaramaiah filed a complaint in this regard before me. E. "
Speaker said, "The intention of resignation of Congress Ramesh Zarkeholi and Umesh Kuntehelli, who resigned on July 6, is inaccurate and therefore the decision on 13 other rebel legislators will be decided in the next two days. needed."
On the other hand, today the Karnataka BJP delegation met Amit Shah and JP Nadda. However, the BJP central leadership has not yet received any directive to claim the formation of the government.