No Karnataka Trust Vote Today As Speaker Adjourns Assembly Till Monday | Read

PUBLISHED ON: July 19, 2019 | Duration: 4 min, 09 sec

  
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Karnataka's Congress-Janata Dal Secular coalition won a two-day breather as the assembly was adjourned despite Governor Vajubhai Vala asking for a trust vote today, hours after the government ignored his previous deadline of 1:30 pm. "Kindly prove your majority by the end of today," Governor Vajubhai Vala wrote in his second letter since yesterday to Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy. The chief minister said: "The second love letter has hurt me." But Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar called it a day after marathon speeches by coalition leaders and despite the BJP's BS Yeddyurappa saying his lawmakers would wait for a vote even if speeches went on till midnight. (Video courtesy: TV9)
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