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SC adjourns to Wednesday hearing independent Karnataka legislators’ plea

By Live Mint calender  23-Jul-2019

SC adjourns to Wednesday hearing independent Karnataka legislators’ plea

The Supreme Court has adjourned to Wednesday hearing in the plea of two independent legislators of the Karnataka assembly seeking direction to the Speaker to forthwith conduct the floor-test in the House by 5 PM today.
The plea was filed by independent MLA R Shankar, representing the Ranebennuru constituency, and MLA Nagesh, representing Mulabagilu constitutency. The MLAs, who withdrew support to the Congress-JD(S) government in Karnataka, had moved the top court saying the state has plunged into a political crisis after they withdrew their support to the government and as 16 lawmakers of the coalition tendered their resignations.
The plea said since the trust vote was not being conducted, the Karnataka government, which does not have the confidence of the majority, has benefitted from the logjam and has taken executive decisions like transferring police officers, administrative officers etc.
It also alleged that Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy may use medical emergency, including hospitalisation, to delay the trust vote further.

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