Karnataka Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar on Sunday disqualified 14 more rebel MLAs under the anti-defection act till the end of the current term of the assembly in 2023.
On July 26, Yeddyurappa declared that he will be the next Chief Minister of the state of Karnataka.
Amidst the political crisis in Karnataka and the floor test, Congress MLAs were seen protesting against BJP in the Vidhan Soudha.
After Supreme Court's verdict on the Karnataka rebel MLAs case, this Karnataka BJP MP said she was sure of the Congress-JD(S) government falling down in the state as they have lost majority.
The Congress, which had emerged as a single-largest party after 2017 Assembly polls in Goa, is now reduced to five legislators.
Karnataka minister D K Shivakumar was taken into custody by Mumbai police outside the luxury hotel where rebel MLAs from his state are lodged.
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BJP leaders termed the coalítion government as shameless and without morals.
MLAs Anand Singh, Pratap Gouda Patil and Narayana Gouda, K Gopalaiah and Ramalinga Reddy, whose resignations are in order, will meet the Speaker on July 12, 15 and 21.
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The decision from Congress ministers to tender resignation came after Independent MLA-turned-Minister H Nagesh withdrew his support to the HD Kumaraswamy government.