New Delhi : 17May : The Janata Dal (Secular), the Janata Dal (United), has given the Supreme Court’s door to the Karnataka Governor for the establishment of power in Karnataka. The Congress and the JDS have filed a petition in the Supreme Court against BJP and the arguments on both parties have been completed. This has reached the peak season of Karnataka. The hearing in front of three Judges bench of the Supreme Court on the plea of Congress and JDS was heard. In this bench, judge A. K. Sikri, Judge Ashok Bhushan and Justice Sharad Bobde.
The support of 112 legislators is required for establishment of power in Karnataka. The Congress, which won 78 seats, supported the JDS which had won 38 seats. Thus, the Congress-JDS lead now has 116 supporters. Therefore, Congress-JDS has demanded that we get the opportunity.
#SupremeCourt has refused to stay swearing-in ceremony of #BharatiyaJanataParty's #BSYeddyurappa as the #Karnataka Chief Minister after #Congress filed a last-minute petition in the apex court challenging the same
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