Karnataka political crisis: Will issue whip to party MLAs, says Yeddyurappa
By Business Standard 12-Jul-2019
Ramesh Kumar, despite a Supreme Court order, ruled out any immediate decision on the resignation of rebel MLAs in the crisis-hit ruling JD(S)-Congress coalition, saying he cannot be expected to work at "lightning speed". The 10 rebel MLAs personally submitted their fresh resignations to Kumar in Bengaluru yesterday. However, the speaker said that the letters were in the "right format" but he would examine whether they are "voluntary and genuine".
In a fresh turn of events in Karnataka, K R Ramesh Kumar has agreed to meet three of the five rebel Congress MLAs on Friday, who have tendered their resignations in the "prescribed" format. The meeting is scheduled to be held at 4 pm today. Talking to the media Kumar dismissed the charge that he was delaying a decision on these resignations to help the government which has allegedly lost its majority.
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