Abraham had approached the special court to take cognisance of offences against nine persons including Yeddyurappa for allegedly accepting a bribe of Rs 12.5 crore to get a BDA project.
The state BJP chief said it was better for CM HD Kumaraswamy to resign and allow a new government to take over as he had clearly lost majority.
Nagaraj said he will also hold talks with rebel MLA Dr K Sudhakar to convince him to withdraw his resignation.
Miffed over being dropped from the coalition cabinet, Ramesh Jarkiholi has been in the forefront of cobbling up a team of disguntled Congress MLAs.
While state BJP president B S Yeddyurappa has made it clear that he’s aiming to become chief minister again, a section of his party leadership is waiting for him to move out.
Khan's comments come two days after Yeddyurappa had said the longevity of the state government would depend on the stand taken by about 20 'disgruntled' Congress legislators.
CM Kumaraswamy recalled that many of Karunanidhi's popular schemes for the poor and downtrodden in Tamil Nadu were replicated in other states.
Yeddyurappa's comments come as dissident activities of the MLAs intensified in the Congress over not getting ministerial berths.
For Ramesh Kumar, a six-term MLA, becoming Speaker is like home coming as he had worked as Speaker from 1994 to 1999 when Janata Dal was in power.
BS Yeddyurappa will lead the demo at the Mahatma Gandhi statue in the city centre at 11:15 a.m. ahead of the oath-taking ceremony in the evening.
Karnataka BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa writes to Election Commission alleging irregularities in state poll
On May 18, eight VVPATs without batteries were seized from a labourer's house in Vijaypura, a week after elections were conducted in Karnataka.
An audiotape released by the Congress as "proof" of BJP leaders attempting to poach its legislator has ended up embarrassing the party.
The Congres, which emerged as the second largest party after recently-held Karnataka state assembly elections, is stitching up an alliance with the JD-S to form a government in the state.
While the swearing-in ceremony of former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa was a simple affair held at the Glass House of the Raj Bhavan, H D Kumaraswamy wants it to be a mega event that could see partic
The real unity of the coalition will be put to test on the day H D Kumaraswamy takes the floor test to prove majority in the house.
Only two officers were posted to the state intelligence, while two other officers haven’t yet taken charge of their new posts, as they have not received the movement order.
History repeats again with Yeddyurappa, none of four Chief Ministers from Shivamogga completed full term
Ironically, none of the four chief ministers from Shivamogga were able to complete full term in the office.
The lost opportunity is now adding to the post-poll alliance partners’ preparedness for H D Kumaraswamy’s floor test.
There were reports about both parties heading the government for 30 months each on rotation, similar to the 20:20 months power-sharing agreement in 2006 with the BJP.
The Congress understands the need to keep regional parties happy, which explains why it agreed to form ally with the Karnataka government led by HD Kumaraswamy of the JD(S).