There is been a un-handled heat in Karnataka politics with the resignation of rebel MLA’s. It’s like a knife on the neck situation for the HD Kumaraswamy’s government to prove its worth. Though the desperate efforts were made to bring back the left MLA’s, there seems to be a no big result in it. However, as a ray of hope, Congress MLA Ramalinga Reddy on Wednesday has nodded to withdraw his resignation and stepped ahead to support the Kumaraswamy for the trust vote.
On speaking to the media, Congress MLA Ramalinga Reddy said that “I will take part in the assembly session tomorrow and vote in favor of the party. I will continue to remain in the party and serve as MLA”.
Ramalinga Reddy is the former minister and one among the thirteen Congress and three JDS MLA’s who have tendered their resignations against the Kumaraswamy government. Whereas, other rebels MLA says that they don’t have any second thoughts to turn back and withdraw their resignations. On the other hand, the Supreme Court told that the rebel MLA’s who tendered their resignations cannot be compelled to attend the meeting or assembly. If the resignations of 15 MLA’s gets accepted by the speaker that the Kumaraswamy’s government falls with the lowest support of 102.