Saturday, 13 July 2019 () The five MLAs are Anand Singh, K Sudhakar, N Nagaraju, Munirathna and Roshan Baig. While Singh claimed to have submitted his resignation on July 1, Munirathna did so on July 6 and the rest followed suit on July 10. Earlier the 10 rebel Congress MLAs, who claimed to have submitted their resignations to the Speaker on July 10, had moved the Supreme Court.
Rebel Karnataka Congress MLA ST Somashekar Gowda on Thursday said that he has resigned from the MLA's post but he is still in the party. Gowda, Chairman of Bangalore Development Authority, was camping in a Mumbai hotel with other rebel MLAs.
The political crisis of Karnataka continued to hit headlines as rebel MLAs of the Congress-Janata Dal Secular ruling coalition remained adamant on not taking back their resignation. The rebel MLAs in..
From the Supreme Court agreeing to hear the petition of five more rebel Karnataka MLAs, to the Congress asserting that state government will seek a trust vote in... Firstpost Also reported by •Hindu •DNA •Zee News