Karnataka Political Crisis


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After winning the recent Lok Sabha elections, BJP is waiting for the fall of the year-old JD-S-Congress coalition government in Karnataka to return to power. Resignations of multiple Congress & JDS legislators assembly seats has made the BJP hope for the ruling ally to quit, which will reduce the government into a minority and call for a trust-vote. However speaker rejected their resignation claiming the same to be faulty. The rebel Congress and Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) MLAs from Karnataka on Wednesday approached the Supreme Court against the Speaker's decision to not accept their resignations and sought an urgent hearing on the matter. A split verdict in the May 2018 assembly elections threw up a hung house as none of the 3 mainstream parties having numbers to form the government of its own. In 225-member Assembly, including one nominated, BJP has 105, Congress 78, excluding the Speaker, JD-S 37, BSP 1, regional outfit KPJP 1 and one Independent. With the support of the BSP, KPJP and Independent, the ruling allies have 118, which is 5 more than the halfway mark (113) for a simple majority. Claiming that there was no threat to the government and would complete its 5-year term, Congress spokesman Ravi Gowda told that the ruling allies were determined to stay put and thwart the BJP's desperate attempts to wrest power from them.

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