When BJP and JDS united against Siddaramaiah government, made these allegations -aabtak24


Karnataka Assembly Session 2023: In Karnataka, opposition BJP and former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy’s Janata Dal-Secular (JDS) MLAs on Wednesday (July 19) protested against Assembly Secretary U T Khadar. gave notice of no-confidence motion to.

The notice has been jointly signed by BJP and JDS MLAs including former Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai and H D Kumaraswamy. 

The notice states, ‘‘Since the Speaker elected by all the members of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly has lost the confidence of the House, we request him to be given an opportunity to move a motion as per Rule 169 of the Rules of Business of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly for his removal from office.’’

Ten BJP MLAs suspended
Opposition parties have jointly taken this step at a time when there is a lot of ruckus in the assembly. Some BJP members in the House tore copies of the Bills and agenda and threw them at the Deputy Speaker Rudrappa Lamani sitting on the dais.

After this, Assembly Speaker Khader observed ‘‘indecent and disrespectful conduct’’ 10 BJP MLAs were suspended from the rest of the assembly session for. 

These allegations against the Congress
As soon as the proceedings of the House started, the members of BJP and JDS were protesting near the Speaker’s seat. The ‘service’ of the leaders of its alliance on Congress’s Siddaramaiah government; They were alleging to deploy 30 Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers.

Let us tell you that the leaders of various opposition parties have Lok Sabha elections. It was attended by 26 opposition parties including Congress, TMC, JDU, DMK, AAP, Left and NCP. 

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