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Karnataka trust vote | Governor asks Kumaraswamy to prove majority by 1.30 pm today

Hindu Friday, 19 July 2019
JD(S), Congress question Governor’s deadline on trust vote
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News video: Karnataka Governor asks HD Kumaraswamy to prove majority, floor test today

Karnataka Governor asks HD Kumaraswamy to prove majority, floor test today 01:14

Karnataka Governor has asked CM HD Kumaraswamy, asking him to prove majority of the government on the floor of the House. The House was adjourned by Deputy Speaker Krishna Reddy as the Congress members persistently shouted slogans against the BJP as the proceedings wore on with Kumaraswamy yet to...

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