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The Fate Of Unprecedented Politics: Kingmaker Turned As The King

In the Karnataka Assembly, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy has won the trust vote on the floor of Karnataka Vidhansabha. During the floor test, 117 newly elected MLAs voted in favor of Kumaraswamy. In this way, the Congress-JDS alliance has proved a majority in the assembly and Kumaraswamy will now be the Chief Minister of Karnataka. Simultaneously, the great political drama in Karnataka has completely full stopped. There was a lot of ruckus in the House before the majority test and the BJP MLAs  did walkout in protest. On the other hand, BJP leader and former Chief Minister Yeddyurappa has tainted CM Kumaraswamy in the Assembly. In the Assembly, the BJP withdrew its candidate’s name for the speaker at the last minute. After this, Ramesh Kumar of Congress was elected unanimously as Speaker. It was seen as a big victory for the Congress-JDS alliance before the floor test.Senior BJP leader and 48 hours former Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa said, ‘We withdrew the name of our candidate because we want that the election is unanimous while maintaining the dignity of the speaker post.”

Just a  day ago, the BJP senior leader S. Suresh Kumar made his candidature for the post of Speaker of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly. It was also said that BJP had taken this step due to the idea of floor test before the desired vote of confidence by the Chief Minister HD Kumar Swamy led Karanataka Government. By put forwarding a candidature from BJP speculating the speaker’s election before the floor test also has been ended after BJP withdrew it’s candidature by which the path to make congress speaker in the house became loud and clear. BJP leader BS Yeddyurappa had said that if CM Kumaraswamy will not waive  the farmers’ debt, then he would announce the closure of the state. It has become quite  clear and obvious  that the BJP will not be silent against the Congress-JDS coalition government.

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Written by Anjan Kumar Samal

National Secretary-THE LAST HOPE(REGD.)

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