Political instability within the state as rebel MLAs might resign
Political instability within the state as rebel MLAs might resign

Bengaluru: The political instability in the state of Karnataka will be extending over the weekend, as the first set of Congress MLAs who have failed to be present for the Congress Legislature Party (CLP) meeting which was held on Friday, will be resigning either on Saturday or on Sunday to be an example for the other disgruntled MLAs to follow the suit.

As per the BJP sources, their MLAs, who are staying at a resort in Gurugram, were reportedly being asked to stay for a day or two and return after the Congress MLAs had tender their resignation to the speaker KR Ramesh Kumar.

“Please don't come till I ask you. There will be some big developments over the next two days,'' Yeddyurappa is reported to have told the MLAs on the phone.

Out of 90 BJP MLAs, who were at a Gurugram resort, 25 have reportedly been shifted to the Lemon Tree hotel in Tarudhan Valley in Bissar Akbarpur village area on the Manesar-Tauru road.


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