Karnataka state Congress chief hints rebel MLA’s disqualification

Karnataka state Congress chief hints rebel MLA’s disqualification
Karnataka state Congress chief hints rebel MLA’s disqualification

It’s just a day left for a judgment day in the Karnataka state assembly. Dinesh Gundu Rao who is the Karnataka State Congress chief has spilled the beans as rebel MLA’s are locked down and may be disqualified. He further warned the MLA’s with the consequences they need to face.

Rao has shown his witty side by posting his views on locked MLA’s saying, “Just heard. the rebel Congress MLAs in Mumbai are in complete lockdown. Mobiles taken away, can’t step outside, (they are) under house arrest,” he wittily added a smiley and said the rebels were in the “clutches of BJP

He added, “Soon they will be waiting in queue for B-forms to get BJP ticket”

Rao took his thoughts to Twitter as “The BJP is now escorting Roshan Baig! They were targeting him just a few weeks ago in the IMA scam. Clearly shows their hand in trying to topple the Congress/JDS govt. Doesn’t this prove our allegations that the resignation of our MLAs are neither voluntary nor genuine?”

There is still a heavy air of uncertainty in Karnataka politics for the congress-JDS coalition government because of which reduced minority as 16 of their MLA’s resigned from assembly and two independents are also ready to withdraw their support to patch with BJP. On the other side, upon the CM’s notice, the speaker has accepted to move confidence motion to prove his majority which on Thursday at 11:30 am. Stay tuned to this space for more churning updates.