Karnataka Rebel MLAs Meet To Discuss Disqualification Case In Top Court

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Karnataka speaker has disqualified 17 lawmakers – 13 Congress, three JDS, 2 independents. (File)

Bengaluru: 

In an try to make a comeback into lively politics, the disqualified Karnataka MLAs on Friday held a gathering trying ahead to get their case heard on the earliest within the Supreme Court docket and mentioned growth actions within the meeting segments that they had represented.

The MLAs have approached the Supreme Court docket difficult their disqualification by the then Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar and are ready for the matter to be heard for early disposal. 

“We had a discussion on how, through our lawyers, the case be brought for hearing at the earliest,” BC Patil instructed reporters after a gathering at Karnataka State Air pollution Management Board chairman Dr Okay Sudhakar’s residence.

In addition to BC Patil and Okay Sudhakar, different disqualified MLAs current had been MTB Nagaraj, Munirathna, Shrimant Patil and Byrathi Basavaraj.

Mr Nagaraj mentioned they deliberated in regards to the case and likewise the event actions within the Taluks they represented. 

Mr Nagaraj dominated out any “discontent” with the BJP. Ramesh Kumar had disqualified 17 MLAs — 13 from the Congress, three from the JDS, and one unbiased who had joined the Congress and later withdrew assist to the then Congress-JDS coalition authorities — on expenses of anti-party actions on the grievance by the 2 events in July.

Congress and the JDS alleged that the “coup” (resignation of 17 MLAs) was staged by the BJP as a part of its ”Operation Lotus” to put in its authorities, which emerged as the one largest get together within the state.

The “mass” resignation had introduced down the coalition authorities led by the then chief minister HD Kumaraswamy in July this yr, paving the way in which for set up of the BJP authorities headed by BS Yediyurappa on July 26.

Their absence from the Meeting helped Mr Yediyurappa win the belief vote on July 29.

The Supreme Court docket had on Thursday refused to cross any order on itemizing of the petitions filed by 17 disqualified MLAs, difficult the choice of the then speaker to disqualify them.

“It (petitions) will come up. What is the urgency?,” a bench headed by Justice NV Ramana instructed the counsel showing for the disqualified MLAs.

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