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Karnataka's rebel MLAs in no hurry to return home

By The Hindu calender  25-Jul-2019

Karnataka's rebel MLAs in no hurry to return home

The rebel legislators from the Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) are likely to continue their stay in Mumbai for a few more days or at least till there is clarity on the yet-to-be sworn in government.
“We are in no hurry to return. There are many processes that have to be completed before we return to our State. We are watching the political developments currently,” a senior rebel legislator told The Hindu over phone. The legislator, who sought anonymity, said the swearing-in of the new government and subsequent floor test has to happen.
For nearly a fortnight, 12 rebel legislators — nine from the Congress and three from the JD(S) — are in Mumbai, and the failure of the coalition leaders to bring them back led to the fall of the government on Tuesday. Of the other three rebel Congress legislators, Shrimanth Patil, who slipped away from a resort in Bengaluru last week, is also in Mumbai and under treatment at St. George Hospital, while R. Roshan Baig is in Bengaluru. Vijayanagar legislator Anand Singh is also not in Mumbai.

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