Karnataka political crisis latest updates: JDS MLAs to meet at noon in Bengaluru, 2 more Cong MLAs may resign
BJP MLAs reportedly instructed BS Yeddyurappa that they will not go to any motel as they were loyal to the party.
As the Karnataka political crisis enters third day on Monday, the decision looks like a far away purpose for Congress and Janata Dal (Secular). Late on Sunday night, Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy went into a huddle with the coalition leaders in a ultimate ditch strive to retailer his 13-month-old alliance government.
According to sources, the assembly did not end result any beneficial results. According to sources, the coalition leaders agreed to offer ministerial births to former JD(S) state chief H Vishwanath and MLA Gopalaiah, and board chairman submit to MLA Narayan Gowda, but they remained adamant.
In the late night meeting, most MLAs blamed Tourism Minister Sa Ra Mahesh for Vishwanath’s resignation, sources said.