Home Archive by category Karnataka


Section 144 imposed in Bangalore for next 48 hours

Following the resignation of 15 MLAs from the ruling party in Karnataka, Kumaraswamy government has been forced to prove its majority. The motion was tabled at last Thursday’s legislative session and continues to be debated. Addressing the debate today, Chief Minister Kumaraswamy said he was apologetic to the 6 crore people of Karnataka. He thanked […]

Karnataka Assembly Trust vote postponed to July 22nd

Speaker Ramesh Kumar has adjourned the Karnataka legislative session on Monday in the wake of Karnataka Chief Minister Kumaraswamy’s referendum In the last two weeks, 13 Congress and 3 Majesty MLAs have resigned from the Majatha-Congress coalition led by Karnataka Chief Minister Kumaraswamy. As a result, the coalition government is in dire straits. Chief Minister

Resigned MLAs joined Karnataka Congress once again

Karnataka BJP leader and former chief minister Yeddyurappa has announced that he is ready to file a no-confidence motion in the Karnataka assembly elections tomorrow. One of the disgruntled MLAs said he would stay in Congress. Sixteen MLAs from both parties filed their resignation letters to the Speaker of Parliament against the Congress-secular Janata Dal-led […]