A new twist has come in the political game that is in Karnataka. While hearing the case related to this, the Supreme Court said on Thursday that dissident MLAs should meet the Assembly Speaker at 6 in the evening and make them aware of their resignation decision. At the same time, the Supreme Court told the Speaker that he would take a decision today on his resignation. The apex court also said that it should be made aware of the speaker's decision on the day of next hearing ie on Friday.
The court asked the state police chief to provide proper security after reaching Bangalore from Bangalore, after the court expressed concern about the safety of the rebel legislators. Significantly, 10 rebel MLAs are staying in a Mumbai hotel. On Wednesday, senior Congress leader DK Sivakumar had visited him but the MLA did not meet him. Now it is being speculated that he may face a confrontation with Congress and JDS leaders while meeting rebel legislators. On the other hand, Senior Karnataka BJP leader D Shivakumar has said repeatedly that he is confident that the rebel legislators are with him and he will come and withdraw his resignation.
Meanwhile, after the failure of the two parties to celebrate their rebel legislators, it is believed that there will be a big decision in the meeting of Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy cabinet tomorrow. According to sources, the Kumaraswamy government can now recommend dissolving the assembly as well as offering resignation.
Meanwhile, after the resignation of several legislators of coalition government, before the crucial cabinet meeting on Thursday, the police commissioner Alok Kumar has ordered to impose section 144 around Legislative Sudha. With Section 144 being implemented, more than five people can not be assembled in the radius of two kilometers around Vidya Sudha and no exhibition of any kind can be done here.
The commissioner issued this order on Wednesday night on the basis of intelligence. This prohibitory order has been implemented at a time when Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy is going to hold an important meeting of the Cabinet on Thursday after withdrawing support from the Congress-JD (S) coalition government of 16 MLAs.
Two Congress MLAs, Housing Minister MTB Nagraj and K. After the resignation of Sudhakar on Wednesday, a total of 16 MLAs, now the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, R. Ramesh Kumar has given his resignation. Although Ramesh Kumar has not accepted the resignations and he says he will talk to the first legislators. He also said that the only resignation of only five MLAs out of 16 are in the proper format.
Political developments are happening in the state at such time when the assembly session is going on from here on Friday. Meanwhile, BJP has demanded the resignation of Kumaraswamy's government claiming that there was no majority. The saffron party also appealed to the governor to intervene in the matter.