Kumaraswamy Wins Trust Vote After BJP Walks Out Of Karnataka Assembly

PUBLISHED ON: May 25, 2018 | Duration: 3 min, 25 sec

   
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Karnataka chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy has won the trust vote moments after the BJP walked out of the assembly, throwing a dare at chief minister HD Kumaraswamy. "Let's see how long you last," said BS Yeddyurappa, as he staged a dramatic walkout from the House. The 58-year-old Janata Dal Secular leader, who was sworn in on Wednesday, has the support of 117 MLAs from the JD(S)-Congress-BSP coalition in the House. Just before the floor test, Congress' Ramesh Kumar was unanimously elected as the speaker after the BJP withdrew its candidate's nomination.
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