Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy arrived at HAL Airport in Bengaluru
Members of Youth Congress protests outside Sofitel hotel alleging horse trading and conspiracy by the BJP.
Congress is set to stage a protest outside Mumbai's Sofitel Hotel against BJP's alleged horsetrading
Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy to leave from New Delhi at 5:40 PM and reach Bengaluru at night.
Rebel Congress-JD(S) MLAs hold meeting in Mumbai's Sofitel Hotel amid Karnataka crisis
BJP MLC Prasad Lad was spotted outside Sofitel Mumbai BKC hotel where the rebel MLAs are staying until Tuesday
JD(S) leaders HD Revanna, D Kupendra Reddy, HK Kumaraswamy, and DC Thammanna have also joined the meeting between Congress leader & Karnataka Minister DK Shivakumar and JD(S) leader & former PM, HD Deve Gowda in Bengaluru.
Congress workers held a protest outside party office in Karnataka's capital asking Congress MLAs to take back their resignation
Meanwhile, Congress leader Mahendra Singhi was spotted outside Sofitel Mumbai BKC hotel.
He said, "I only met Ramesh Jarkiholi. I have not met any other MLAs. I won't say anything about what I don't know."
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He said, "This clearly shows that BJP is behind all these defections. It is Operation Kamala...Everything is fine. Don't worry. The government will survive, there is no threat to the government."
Congress leader and Karnataka Minister DK Shivakumar meets JD(S) leader and former PM, HD Deve Gowda in Bengaluru.
The JD(S)-Congress government in Karnataka plunged into a crisis on Saturday, with 13 MLAs of the alliance submitting their resignation to the Speaker.
Ever since the story has only escalated and on Saturday night arrived at the Sofitel Hotel in Mumbai and are known to stay there until Tuesday. As per reports, a meeting will be held between the 10 MLAs who are lodged in the 5-star hotel in Bandra at 12 noon on Sunday. This crucial meeting will be decisive as the MLAs are known to chalk out the further plan of action.
On Saturday, newly resigned MLAs issued their first statement with former JD(S) state president H.Vishwanath saying that 14 MLAs have resigned as they have lost faith in the current government, dispelling rumours of 'Operation Lotus'.