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BSY doesn’t have people’s trust, tweets Karnataka Congress


Team Udayavani, Jul 29, 2019, 4:23 PM IST

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Bengaluru: The state Congress on Monday said that though Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa won the vote of confidence in the assembly, he does not have people’s trust in the state.

Karnataka Congress took an aim at the Yeddiyurappa and tweeted, “Shri @BSYBJP has never become @CMofKarnataka through People’s Mandate. Everytime, his expertise in Horse Trading and Resort Politics have made him Chief Minister. Operation Kamala may have won him the Trust Vote today, but he doesn’t have the Trust of the people of Karnataka,” the party tweeted.

 

Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa on Monday proved his majority in the Assembly winning the confidence motion by a voice vote.

With the numbers game favoring the BJP government, the Congress and JDS did not press for division on the one-line motion moved by Yediyurappa that the House expresses confidence in his three-day-old Ministry.

As the Opposition did not press for division, the Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar declared that the motion had been passed by a voice vote.

The BJP was expected to have a smooth sail with the trust vote, as the disqualification of 17 rebel MLAs by the Speaker on Sunday had reduced the effective strength of the 225-member Assembly to 208.

The magic figure for simple majority was 105, equivalent to the strength of the BJP, which also commanded the support of an Independent.

The Congress has 66 members, JDS 34, the Speaker one (who has a casting vote in case of a tie) and one expelled BSP member who was thrown out of the party for violating its directive to vote for the H D Kumaraswamy government during the trust vote on July 23.

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