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Amid questions about the Karnataka coalition's survival, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy declared today that he would seek a trust vote on the floor of the house and asked the Speaker to "fix a time".Amid questions about the Karnataka coalition's survival, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy declared today that he would seek a trust vote on the floor of the house and asked the Speaker to "fix a time".

Karnataka Crisis: As Karnataka Chief Minister Seeks Trust Vote, Lawmakers Off To Resorts

“#WATCH: Rebel Congress MLA Byrathi Basavaraj runs into the Speaker's office in Vidhana Soudha, Bengaluru. #Karnataka https://t.co/L6zrzPqCub”

ANI on Twitter: "#WATCH: Rebel Congress MLA Byrathi Basavaraj runs into the Speaker's office in Vidhana Soudha, Bengaluru. #Karnataka… "

“Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy in Vidhana Soudha in Bengaluru: After all these developments, I am seeking your permission & time to prove the majority in this session. #Karnataka”

ANI on Twitter: "Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy in Vidhana Soudha in Bengaluru: After all these developments, I am seeking your permission & time to prove the majority in this session. #Karnataka… https://t.co/u8o08jKLUx"

“Congress -JDS coalition in the state is going strong despite the efforts to destabilize. We are confident and prepared for a smooth and fruitful conduct of legislative sessions. 1/2”

H D Kumaraswamy on Twitter: "Congress -JDS coalition in the state is going strong despite the efforts to destabilize. We are confident and prepared for a smooth and fruitful conduct of legislative sessions. 1/2"

“Contrary to the reports showing in media that Youth congress has petitioned the SC asking for MLA's disqualification is far from truth. Youth congress is not involved in any such petition. We request Media to exercise caution & verify legitimacy of such news before airing them.”

Karnataka Congress on Twitter: "Contrary to the reports showing in media that Youth congress has petitioned the SC asking for MLA's disqualification is far from truth. Youth congress is not involved in any such petition. We request Media to exercise caution & verify legitimacy of such news before airing them."

India News: Even as the ball remains in the speaker’s court on the fate of the rebel MLAs – and that of the government – a lot depends on how SC reacts on Friday India News: Even as the ball remains in the speaker’s court on the fate of the rebel MLAs – and that of the government – a lot depends on how SC reacts on Friday

Decide quickly, says SC, but Karnataka speaker takes his time | India News - Times of India

Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh Friday claimed the ruling BJP had made so much money during demonetisation that it was now "buying" MLAs.Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh Friday claimed the ruling BJP had made so much money during demonetisation that it was now "buying" MLAs.

BJP buying MLAs with notes ban cash: Digvijaya Singh | Deccan Herald

A Karnataka Youth Congress leader moved the Supreme Court on Friday seeking to intervene in a case filed by 10 rebel Congress and JD(S) MLAs.A Karnataka Youth Congress leader moved the Supreme Court on Friday seeking to intervene in a case filed by 10 rebel Congress and JD(S) MLAs.

Youth Congress leader moves SC seeking to intervene in case filed by rebel MLAs of Karnataka | HW English

Soon after the Supreme Court ordered to maintain status quo with regard to the resignations of 16 MLAs in Karnataka, chief minister Kumaraswamy, in the state Assembly, said he is ready for floor testSoon after the Supreme Court ordered to maintain status quo with regard to the resignations of 16 MLAs in Karnataka, chief minister Kumaraswamy, in the state Assembly, said he is ready for floor test  

CM Kumaraswamy says ready for floor test amid Karnataka political crisis

The seeds of the Bharatiya Congress Party were sown when Mauvin Godinho and Pandurang Madkaikar were inducted into the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prior to theThe seeds of the Bharatiya Congress Party were sown when Mauvin Godinho and Pandurang Madkaikar were inducted into the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prior to the 2017 Goa Assembly Elections. The trend continued with the inclusion of Vishwajit Rane - son of veteran Congress leader Pratapsingh Rane into the BJP after the results of Goa Assembly Elections 2017 were announced. Then BJP decided it needed to have Dayanand Sopte who defeated its former Chief Minister Laxmikant Parsekar in the BJP team and also former Goa Congress President Subash Shirodkar over its own leader Mahadev Naik. The current 10 MLAs merging was a natural eventuality. Chandrakant (Babu) Kavlekar and Atanasio (Babush) Monseratte are intelligent enough to know that the tide has been moving against the Congress for the last five-years. The recent Lok Sabha 2019 results exposed the truth of the inconsequential existence of Congress in India's political scene. With no leadership at the Centre of the Congress and lame

The Bharatiya Congress Party of Goa | | Goa Chronicle

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Karnataka spectacle does disservice to people of the state. Opposition must ask itself some tough questions Karnataka spectacle does disservice to people of the state. Opposition must ask itself some tough questions

The crisis in Karnataka has a sobering message for the Opposition

Kumaraswamy has asked Karnataka Speaker Ramesh Kumar to fix a time as he wanted to prove the majority of his government on the floor of the house.Kumaraswamy has asked Karnataka Speaker Ramesh Kumar to fix a time as he wanted to prove the majority of his government on the floor of the house.

Karnataka crisis LIVE: CM Kumaraswamy seeks floor test; SC asks Speaker to maintain status quo until Tuesday - IBTimes India

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Karnataka crisis: Youth Congress leader moves Supreme Court seeking to intervene in case filed by rebels - Anil Chacko Joseph, in his application, said that the MLAs were "bought or persuaded to resign by payment of enormous sums of money".Karnataka crisis: Youth Congress leader moves Supreme Court seeking to intervene in case filed by rebels - Anil Chacko Joseph, in his application, said that the MLAs were "bought or persuaded to resign by payment of enormous sums of money".

Karnataka crisis: Youth Congress leader moves Supreme Court seeking to intervene in case filed by rebels

Congress, JD(S) issue whips to respective legislators to attend the legislature proceedingsCongress, JD(S) issue whips to respective legislators to attend the legislature proceedings

Resignations, political uncertainty cast a shadow on House session starting on Friday - The Hindu

TheTribune: ONLY an inveterate optimist in the Congress will believe that ‘some revelation’ or the ‘Second Coming’ are at hand, to tweak WB Yeats’ The Second Coming.ONLY an inveterate optimist in the Congress will believe that ‘some revelation’ or the ‘Second Coming’ are at hand, to tweak WB Yeats’ The Second Coming.

Win-win situation for BJP

'The matter will be heard on Tuesday and status quo will remain on the legislators,' the Supreme Court said after hearing involving Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar and Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy. 'The matter will be heard on Tuesday and status quo will remain on the legislators,' the Supreme Court said after hearing involving Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar and Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy.

No Decision On Rebel MLAs Till Tuesday: Supreme Court Tells Karnataka Speaker

The Congress has announced to file a petition before the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly and also move the court seeking disqualification of the 10 MLAs who resigned from the party on Wednesday and crossed over to the BJP.The Congress has announced to file a petition before the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly and also move the court seeking disqualification of the 10 MLAs who resigned from the party on Wednesday and crossed over to the BJP.

No longer about BJP vs Cong, this is about democracy: Goa Congress head Chellakumar | Cities News, The Indian Express