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Karnataka Result: 2 Congress legislators believed to be missing; Yeddyurappa meets Governor, stakes claim to form govt

DNA Wednesday, 16 May 2018
Two Congress legislators Nagendra and Anand Singh are reportedly missing as they have yet to arrive at the legislative party meeting.
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News video: Congress alleges Karnataka Governor of favouring Yeddyurappa

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New Delhi, May 18 (ANI): While addressing a press conference in the national capital, Congress leader Abhishek Manu alleged that the Governor of Karnataka has favoured Bharatiya Janata Party by inviting them to form government. He said, "The letter that Yeddyurappa sent to the Governor read,...

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