I leave decision to Speaker, protect me from Governor’s love letter: Kumaraswamy

The nataka in Karnataka dragged beyond the governor’s set deadline for trust vote as the Kumaraswamy government demanded to finish debate while Yeddyurappa-led BJP asked for an immediate floor test. Stay tuned to IndiaToday.in for the latest.

The political crisis in Karnataka has dragged beyond with the Governor, Vajubhai Vala, setting another deadline for trust vote on Friday as the Kumaraswamy government demanded to finish debate while BS Yeddyurappa-led BJP asked for an immediate floor test.

In a letter, Governor has now asked Kumaraswamy to prove the majority by 6 pm.

In another letter to Kumaraswamy, which the Karnataka CM calls a “love letter”, the Governor has said that he has already expressed satisfaction that Kumaraswamy has lost the majority confidence of the House.

The Governor has also said that the detailed debates appear to be delaying the floor test to prove the majority.

 

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