Karnataka has suffered another setback in the troubled Kumarswamy Government on Wednesday evening. On one hand, while the Congress party is engaged in celebrating its rebel legislators, on Wednesday evening, two big ministers in the state government have resigned from their assembly membership and post. Giving fresh grief to the coalition government, two MLAs of the Congress, Housing Minister, M.T.B. Nagraj and K. Sudhakar handed his resignation to the Speaker on Wednesday, with the number of dissident MLAs increased to 16.
Confirming the resignation of these resignations, Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar told reporters that Sudhakar and M.T.B. Nagraj resigned. He told that the MLAs submitted their resignation to the Assembly Speaker's chamber in the Legislative Assembly of State Secretariat. After handing over the resignation, Nagraj told reporters that he has been "frustrated" with politics and wants to retire from public life. Nagraj said, 'I do not want any ministerial post or anything. I am frustrated with politics. '