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BS Yediurappa wins trust vote, Karnataka speaker quits

IndiaTimes Monday, 29 July 2019
Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa proved his majority in the assembly on Monday without breaking a sweat, setting the ball rolling for cabinet formation with the BJP leadership's nod in Delhi. The win somewhat erased memories of his trust vote 14 months ago when he had to resign on the floor of the House, admitting he did not have the numbers.
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Karnataka Assembly Speaker Kr Ramesh Kumar Disqualifies 14 More Rebel Mlas Day Before Trust Vote.reacting To It Rebel Janata Dal Secular Lawmaker Ah Vishwanath, Who Is Among The Disqualified Mlas, Said The Decision Was "Against The Law" . Vishwanath Said He And Other Disqualified Legislators Would...

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