The video showed the former CM discussing money to win back the support of disgruntled MLAs who had crossed over to the BJP, so that he could to get back in power.
There’s a pertinent question staring all the Opposition parties, especially the Congress, in the eye – What makes the BJP so invincible?
Yechury said that the political crisis has been an open show of political immorality and money power by the BJP.
SC verdict gives 'blanket protection' to rebel Karnataka MLAs, sets 'terrible judicial precedent': Congress
The Supreme Court on Wednesday said 15 rebel Congress-JD(S) MLAs in Karnataka "ought not" to be compelled to participate in the proceedings of the ongoing session of the state.
The Congress-Janata Dal (Secular) coalition government in Karnataka has accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of indulging in horse-trading.
Pranav Sanvordekar said he began his career in the BJP in 1999 writing election slips, and painting roads with BJP insignia.
The Delhi Chief Minister also asserted that it was not easy to buy AAP members.
The AAP convenor said that in the past three days, seven MLAs have told him that the BJP has approached them and offered Rs 10 crore each to buy them.
Naidu had accused the PM of betraying the spirit of democracy and belittling the office of PM by claiming that 40 Trinamool Congress MLAs were in touch with the BJP.
During the alleged 'Operation Lotus 2' by the BJP, Gowda had claimed that BJP MLAs had offered him Rs 5 crore and had promised to pay Rs 25 crore provided he resigned as MLA from Congress.
Congress alleged that names of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP chief Amit Shah were taken during attempts to bribe a JD (S) MLA.
Yeddyurappa assertion comes hours after Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy stuck to his allegation that the BJP was trying to lure MLAs of the ruling combine.
Those MLAs in Mumbai or 104 BJP MLAs who are in Delhi are all my people, so there is no question of instability to this government, CM Kumaraswamy said, replying to horse trading allegations.
BJP has trashed the charges, saying the coalition partners were hiding their shortcomings and internal strife by making false accusations at the opposition.
The opposition attack came a day BS Yeddyurappa stepped down as the Karnataka chief minister without facing a Supreme Court-mandated trust vote.