SC says rebel MLAs can't be compelled to participate in trust vote | master Stroke

17 Jul 2019 11:10 PM

SC says rebel MLAs can't be compelled to participate in trust vote | master Stroke

Updated 17 Jul 2019 11:10 PM

The Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered that the Karnataka assembly should decide on resignation of 15 rebel MLAs within a reasonable time frame and leave it for the speaker to take a call on the issue.

The verdict by the Supreme Court was delivered in line with the pleas of 15 rebel Congress-JD (S) MLAs seeking a direction to Assembly Speaker to accept their resignations.



The Supreme court also ordered that the 15 rebel MLAs ought not to be compelled to participate in assembly proceedings including confidence motion of the state government.

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