After H.D. Kumaraswamy Karnataka government failed to win the trust vote, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), by its standing as the largest party in the Assembly showed that it will be moving future to build its new government at the state. An assemblage of the State legislature party to be conducted in upcoming days.
The BJP has postponed legislature party meeting and of the parliamentary committee in New Delhi to make plans and clarity on the possibilities of giving a solid government following last week’s unsettling circumstances.
Senior General of the party said they thought about the matter and while beginning they did step a few cautiously, they have decided that presently the things will go a little faster in the duration of staking a case.
He continued saying that the Supreme Court does not decide on the matter immediately as the immunity given to rebel MLAs just remained till the trust vote session of the Assembly, that concluded on Tuesday.
BJP chief Amit Shah conducted meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday with BJP working leader Jagat Prasad Nadda, general secretary B L Santhosh and Union parliamentary affairs minister Pralhad Joshi.
The BJP State gatherings are with the consideration that the high power requires to take Karnataka operations under its firm control as it did concernthe Lok Sabha polls.
While the BJP State assembly is expecting for signs from the high command on conducting the legislature party conference and the formal announcement of B.S.Yeddyurappa as its legislature party leader.Share this to your,