Bengaluru sources stated that a party leader said the Congress' Karnataka President G. Parameshwara would be the Deputy Chief Minister in the Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S)-Congress coalition government. The Congress General Secretary K.C. Venugopal told reporters "Party President Rahul Gandhi has approved the name of Parameshwara for the Deputy Chief Minister post in the coalition government".
Bengaluru sources added that HD Kumaraswamy crowned king by his archrival Congress, like the BJP over 12 years ago, when his Janata Dal-Secular (JD-S) did not get the people's mandate to make him the Karnataka's Chief Minister. Accordingly the third son of former Prime Minister and JD-S patriarch H.D Deve Gowda, Kumaraswamy, 59, became Chief Minister on Wednesday after the Congress, defeated in the May 12 Assembly polls, offered the coveted post that has eluded him on his own steam.
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According to sources Janata Dal (Secular) leader HD Kumaraswamy’s swearing-in as the Chief Minister of Karnataka on Wednesday despite not getting the majority in the recently held assembly elections to showcase its strength as parties set sight on the equations ahead of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Media reports added that the event is set to turn into a mega anti-BJP show with top leaders of the opposition
With the JDS leader HD Kumarasamy all set to be sworn in as the chief minister of Karnataka tomorrow, his wife and actress Kutty Radhika has become popular in the internet and social media platforms. Radhika had entered into the film industry as a teen, even as she had just completed her 9th standard schooling.
New Delhi sources reported that ahead of his swearing-in as the Karnataka's new chief minister, JD(S) chief H D Kumaraswamy tonight met Congress leaders Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi to finalize the modalities of government formation and ministerial berth sharing between the two post-poll allies. Meanwhile Congress has mooted two deputy chief ministers for the numerically strong party in order to strike a balance with the JD(S) but the regional party is believed to be not in favor of this
The JDS leader HD Kumarasamy, has announced that the decisions on who will be appointed as the deputy CM of Karnataka, and whom will be elected as ministers of the cabinet will be announced tomorrow. HD Kumarasamy is all set to be sworn in as the Chief Minister of Karnataka on Wednesday.
A congress MLA revealing that the horse trading audio evidence involving BJP was a lie, has sent the whole Karnataka political fraternity into shock. On May 17, BS Yeddyurappa of the BJP had sworn in as the Chief Minister of Karnataka. Though he had sworn in, since BJP had won only 104 seats, and was lacking the majority, it was expected that the party might be involved in negotiations and horse trading, to acquire MLAs from congress.
As per report from sources not many were aware of Radhika Kumaraswamy until a few days ago. Presently she is Google India's most searched celebrity for the last week by pepping all other celebs. Meanwhile you have guessed it right, Radhika is Karnataka's soon to be Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy's wife. Accordingly this 31 year old Radhika was a popular actress in the Kannada film industry.
According to sources whilst one will be occupied by the Karnataka state Congress chief G Parameshwara, the other deputy is likely to be from the JD(S). As per report the decision on having a second deputy CM is yet to be finalized and this is expected to be finalized during Kumaraswamy's meeting with Sonia and Rahul Gandhi today in New Delhi. Meanwhile it is learnt that Kumaraswamy alone would take oath as CM on Wednesday (May 23rd) and the rest of the cabinet would take its oath only after
Accordingly as soon as Yeddyurappa announced to offer his resignation to his Chief Minister post, he along with his MLAs has walked out of the Vidhan Sabha, the Karnataka Assembly, even as the National Anthem Jana Gana Mana is being played out. Even though Yeddyurappa was on his way to submit his resignation to Governor, he was still the Chief Minister when he had walked out of the house along with his newly elected MLAs when Jana Gana Mana was playing.
According to sources for the first time ever, Congress has acted in time. Even before the complete results are out, it started negotiations with JD(S). In order to stop Modi juggernaut in South, Congress decided to offer unconditional support to Kumaraswamy and offered him the CM post. This has worked brilliantly. The proactive measures of Congress has played vital role in this entire episode of Kar'Nataka'.
It has been found that the key behind BJP withdrawing their rule in Karnataka even without entering the floor test happens to be the released audios of BJP leaders negotiating with Congress and JDS leaders. Congress had used specially designed android applications to record the conversations. Till yesterday morning, it was believed that BS Yeddyurappa had the idea and confidence of proving majority in the floor test.
BS Yeddyurappa and Sriramulu, who had both contested and won the Karnataka state assembly elections, have both resigned their MP posts, leading to the BJP losing their majority in the parliament. With the Karnataka assembly elections announced to have BJP winning 104 seats, and with 7 seats short of majority, the party withdrew by itself even without the floor test taking place, and BS Yeddyurappa resigned his CM Post yesterday.
Bengaluru sources reported that in a turn of high-octane political events, BS Yeddyurappa has admitted his failure to gather required numbers to form the government and announced to quit as Chief Minister of Karnataka. As per report in an emotional speech, teary-eyed Yeddyurappa claimed he wanted to do a lot for the people of Karnataka but couldn't due to lack of numbers.
With the Karnataka Assembly Getting Ready to witness the floor test for the BJP government led by BS Yeddyurappa to prove its majority, the whole political fraternity is filled with excitement and chaos. It was said that Yeddyurappa will be resigning ahead of the trust vote, as BJP did not have required number of MLAs to support.
Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa who was confident of proving his majority has made an emotional speech and resigned. BJP's Yeddyurappa failed to hit the majority mark with 104 seats. He made an emotional speech and said, "I want to serve the people of the state and save the farmers.
According to sources Supreme Court turns down Congress plea. Suggests all channels live telecast the floor test. KG Bopaiah will remain the pro-tem Speaker and conduct the floor test. The floor test is scheduled to happen at 4 pm today. As per latest report Anand Singh and Pratap Gouda Patil two Congress MLAs who have been ‘missing’ since the election results were announced are not in the assembly.
According to sources from Bengaluru the Governor of the state not only gave the BJP an opportunity to form the government, but also gave the party a window of 15 days to prove its majority. Meanwhile the Congress and the JD(S), outraged as they indeed were by this decision, got together making it even more difficult for the BJP to pass the floor test. Moreover it was also clear from the arguments in the Supreme Court that the party was on a weak wicket in the apex court. Similarly, the BJP's
According to sources the SC ordered to give the live telecast to all the local, regional and national channels simultaneously. It said the move is to ensure transparency in the proceedings. Meanwhile when welcoming the decision, Congress leader and lawyer Abhishek Singhvi said the whole intention of Congress to file the petition is to ensure transparency in the Trust Vote and he said once it is taken care of, the Congress has no more objections.
The Congress and Janata Dal secular have opposed the appointment of KG Bopiah as the temporary speaker of the assembly. They have said that a case will be filed against the BJP move to appoint Bopiah today in the Supreme Court. With the elections being held for 222 constituencies and with HD Kumarasamy winning in 2 constituencies, only one of those victories was considered, making it to just 221 seats.
The floor test which will be conducted today, must be held in a transparent manner and there must not be any secret voting taking place, reiterated the Supreme Court. The case challenging the decision by Governor Vajubhai Vala to appoint Yeddyurappa as the chief minister of Karnataka was in today's hearing of the bench which was presided by justice Sikri, Ashok Bhushan and Bapte.
The Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa has the credit of being BJP's first CM of a south State. As he's become the CM of Karnataka for the 3rd time, people are waiting to see if he will retain his throne this time. With no single party getting majority and with the Supreme Court ordering a floor test despite Governor Vajubhai Vala making Yeddyurappa the chief minister
With the Supreme Court order to prove the majority in a floor test tomorrow evening, the Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa is extremely confident of proving the majority. In the election results of the Karnataka State assembly elections released on May 15, it was announced that BJP had won 104 seats while Congress had won 78 and Janata Dal secular won 38 seats.
Karnataka Chief Minister Yeddyurappa has confessed he has got 100% confidence that he will get the majority. He also said he will abide by the Supreme Court Verdict. The Supreme Court ordered to conduct a floor test tomorrow and BS Yeddyurappa is confident of winning the majority.
According to sources Mukul Rohatgi, who is representing the BJP, says floor test should not happen on Saturday. He asks the apex court to fix it on Monday. Accordingly the Supreme Court stays Congress-JD(S) plea challenging Karnataka Governor's decision to nominate an Anglo-Indian MLA to the assembly.
Bengaluru sources have made a statement that in a landmark verdict in sensational case of political crisis in Karnataka, Supreme Court has ordered for Floor Test of Karnataka Assembly Tomorrow (Saturday). Meanwhile the SC ordered to conduct the test on Saturday at 4 PM.