Karnataka Crisis | BIG SCOOP: JD(S) Bows To Dissenting MLAs, HD Kumaraswamy To Ask All Ministers From His Party To Resign Before Shipping MLAs To A Resort

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HD Kumaraswamy has asked his ministerss to quit, say sources. Kumaraswamy will summon all the 34 MLAs to Taj West End by Monday afternoon, take the resignations of his ministers and then possibly head to a resort, say sources. The Karnataka CM will also tell the MLAs that they all need to stick together and make way for others.

Written By Apoorva Rao | Mumbai | Updated On:

HD Kumaraswamy has asked his ministerss to quit, say sources. Kumaraswamy will summon all the 34 MLAs to Taj West End by Monday afternoon, take the resignations of his ministers and then possibly head to a resort, say sources. The Karnataka CM will also tell the MLAs that they all need to stick together and make way for others.

Meanwhile, the trouble seems to mount for Congress as Independent MLA Nagesh who was supporting the coalition in Karnataka has resigned and withdrew his support to the government and has pledged his support BJP if it forms a government. His documents regarding his resignation, withdrawal of support to the present government and that of pledging support to the BJP government are below.

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Desperate Congress also to ask ministers to resign

A desperate Congress is also pulling all strings to stay in power along with its coalition partner JD(S) the All India Congress Committee Chairman KC Venugopal has asked at least 20 ministers to resign from the cabinet to make room for the dissenting MLAs, says sources.

Among those who are being shown the door are RV Deshpande and Priyank Kharge who is the son of senior Congress leader Mallikarjum Kharge. Priyank was recently appointed as a minister in the Karnataka government.

JD(S)-Congress in a huddle

Presently, there is a breakfast meeting going on at Deputy CM G Parameshwara's house which is being attended by Congress ministers as well as HD Kumaraswamy. "We are following all that very closely and know what to do, including, if need be, all of us may resign and accommodate the MLAs," he said ahead of the meeting.

The Deputy CM had earlier said that all of the ministers may quit, if need be, to accommodate the dissenting MLAs. He had also admitted that the rebelling MLAs were unhappy with the coalition government.  few were unhappy due to delay in the development work, few with Chief Minister and few with deputy Chief Minister." "We are talking with MLAs. We are trying to save the government," he said. 

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