Karnataka LIVE: SC Pulls Up Speaker for Sitting on Rebel MLAs’ Resignations, Reminds Him of ‘Constitutional Duty’
Karnataka LIVE: The Karnataka drama reached the doors of the Supreme Court today where the court is examining “weighty” constitutional issues in the resignation and disqualification of rebel MLAs of the ruling Congress-JD(S) coalition. The apex court, which was dealing with the plea of 10 rebel MLAs on July 12, will now hear more lawmakers who have sought identical relief that Karnataka Assembly speaker KR Ramesh Kumar accept their resignations as well.
The MLAs mentioned their application before a bench of Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice Deepak Gupta Monday seeking impleadment as parties to the pending plea on which it was ordered that the speaker would not take any decision till Tuesday on the resignations and disqualifications.
Anti-CAA Protests LIVE: Massive Rallies Lined up as Modi Reaches Kolkata Today; Cong Churns Out New Strategy
The Congress, Left Front and other political outfits have lined up a series of protest rallies across West Bengal against the amended Citizenship Act and the proposed pan-India NRC.
‘They are Knowledge-proof’: Ram Madhav Says Opposition Has not Understood CAA
The BJP leader further alleged that those who oppose the CAA try to divide the country on communal lines as they couldn’t face the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the political front.