Karnataka Trust Vote: Governor Sets a Deadline

July 19, 2019 09:41
Karnataka Trust Vote: Governor Sets a Deadline

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Karnataka Trust Vote: Governor Sets a Deadline:- Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy introduced the trust vote in the Karnataka Assembly yesterday. With a bunch of discussions from the leaders in the house, the voting did not take place yesterday. The Speaker K Ramesh Kumar is still undecided about the resignations of the rebel MLAs from JDS and Congress. The state's Governor Vajubhai Vala stepped in and asked HD Kumaraswamy to prove his majority on the floor today in the house by 1.30 PM.

The Governor sent a letter to the Chief Minister and the Speaker which said "The fact that 15 members have met me and tendered their resignations and coupled with 2 members have withdrawn their support and other attendant circumstances do prima facie indicate that you have lost majority/confidence of the House”. The Governor said that this cannot go on in a democratic setup governed by the Constitution of the country said the Governor.

After the Speaker adjourned the house till Friday, BJP leaders announced that they would stay in the house overnight and will stay here till the trust vote gets completed.

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