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Supreme Court to hear rebel MLAs plea on Jul 16


New Delhi, July 12 (IANS): The Supreme Court on Friday ordered status quo on the July 10 plea by Karnataka's rebel Congress and JD-S MLAs alleging that Assembly Speaker K.R. Ramesh was delaying acceptance of their resignations.

The SC dictated its order on the issue. It also observed that various issues of interpretation of the constitutional provisions arose in the case.

The SC said that it first needs to be examined if Speaker needs to decide disqualification. It also requires to be ascertained if the Speaker yesterday sent back the disqualification petitions. SC has also ordered status quo with regard to resignation and disqualification of 10 MLAs.

A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi said the matter required a detailed hearing and schedule it for further hearing on Tuesday.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Jul 12 2019

    The Entire World has Banned EVM's.
    Why are we the only Duffers ...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Jul 12 2019

    Supreme Court should ask them how much was the Consideration from Daku ...

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  • Well Wisher, Mangalore

    Fri, Jul 12 2019

    For the fair and non corrupt rule all quplifted peace loving Kannadigas stand together and demand resignations from all these MLA's and demand re-election by ballot paper voting. So no one party will predict or repeat such dirty behaviour. Is there any one respected our verdict our voting power.
    Who ever which ever party now in Karnataka totally a money game is going on. To stop we the state people stand together to select a strong ruling party instead of communal group.
    Jai Hind Jai Karnataka

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