Karnataka: HD Kumaraswamy cries once again ahead of by-polls, says running coalition govt with Congress was not easy
Former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy yet again shed tears as he lamented against the people of Mandya for deserting him by defeating his son Nikhil Kumaraswamy
The BJP has condemned the decision of the Karnataka assembly speaker to disqualify the MLAs
Karnataka Political Crisis: Mayawati snubs Congress-JDS coalition, asks lone BSP MLA to abstain from trust vote tomorrow
There are reports that Mahesh, the BSP MLA, is all set to join the BJP after the trust vote citing lack of funds for his constituency’s development in the present Congress-JDS government.
Amidst political drama in Karnataka, old video of Assembly speaker where he says he ‘felt like rape victim’ goes viral
Karnataka assembly speaker Ramesh Kumar had created a controversy after he insensitively used an analogy to compare himself to a rape victim.
As Karnataka assembly descends into turmoil, CM’s brother HD Revanna naps peacefully inside the house
Amusingly, this is not the first time the Karnataka public works minister has been caught taking a nap in such assembly sessions or public gatherings.
Rebel MLAs cannot be compelled to attend house proceedings, speaker to decide on resignations in time-bound manner: SC
The Supreme Court has also ruled that the rebel MLAs can themselves take a call on whether they wished to attend the trust vote that it has been scheduled to take place on Thursday, July 18.
Karnataka speaker is delaying acceptance of resignations because he wants to keep a minority government in power: Mukul Rohatgi in SC
On Friday, the court had ordered the speaker to maintain the status quo with regard to the resignation and disqualification of 10 rebel MLAs.
Chief Minister Kumaraswamy has expressed confidence in the majority of his government and said that the situation has forced him to take this action.
Karnataka Political crisis: SC orders Speaker to not decide on resignation and disqualification of MLAs till July 16
In a relief to the rebel Congress-JDS MLAs, the Supreme Court said speaker should not decide on disqualification or resignation of MLAs till that date as constitutional issues needed to be addressed first.
The Congress has been blaming the BJP for the recent crisis its coalition government is facing in Karnataka