Karnataka Legislative Council

Ruckus at Legislative Council: ‘Probe will look into only officials’ lapses’

The minister said that whatever had happened that day was unintentional.

published on : 6th January 2021

Karnataka Legislative Council deputy chairman Dharme Gowda kills self

Dharme Gowda was at the centre of the high drama in the legislative council on December 15, which saw BJP-JD(S) and Congress members hurling abuses and pushing each other.

published on : 29th December 2020

INTERVIEW | I have to resign, but need clarity on charges against me, says Prathapchandra Shetty

BJP has accused Shetty of acting in a partisan manner and rejecting its notice to move a no-confidence motion against him.

published on : 20th December 2020

Congress MLCs held Dy Chairman by neck: BJP

Angry legislators rushed to the well and physically dragged Gowda from the seat.

published on : 16th December 2020

BJP seeks Guv Vajubhai Vala’s intervention to convene House

The chairman can neither preside over the Business Advisory Committee, nor sit in authority, since a no-confidence motion was being moved against him.

published on : 16th December 2020

Karnataka Legislative Council to meet on Tuesday, BJP may go for the kill

No-trust move not listed, but to be taken up against Chairman Shetty; Madhu Swamy says JDS will support BJP   

published on : 15th December 2020

Karnataka MLC elections: BJP's Chidananda Gowda leads in south-east graduate constituency

While Gowda was ahead with about 24000 plus votes, trailing in the second place was the saffron party's Rebel candidate DT Srinivas followed by JDS nominee Chowd Reddy.

published on : 11th November 2020

Voting underway for four seats to Karnataka Legislative Council 

A total of 40 candidates are in the fray for elections that have a total of 2,34,718 voters. Counting of votes for the biennial elections will be held on November 2.

published on : 28th October 2020

Deploy defence personnel, vehicles to evacuate migrant labourers: Karnataka MLC BM Farooq

He said that people from lower strata of society have started walking down long distances to their villages as the public transportation stands suspended.

published on : 29th March 2020