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Karnataka BJP Govt in crisis

By The Assam Tribune

BANGALORE, Jan 23 � The ruling BJP in Karnataka was today thrown into fresh quagmire as two ministers resigned and 11 more MLAs loyal to former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa announced their decision to quit the assembly membership, raising questions about its government�s stability, reports PTI.

Jolting the six-month-old Jagadish Shettar ministry, Public Works Minister C M Udasi and Energy Minister Shobha Karandlaje quit followed by high drama at Speaker K G Bopiah�s office where they and 11 other MLAs tried to submit their resignation letters but in vain.

Bopaiah was not in office when the MLAs trooped in as he was reportedly out of station while the Assembly Legislature Secretary Omprakash was also not present, prompting an enraged Yeddyurappa to rush there,insisting that the government had been reduced to a minority.

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Karnataka BJP Govt in crisis

BANGALORE, Jan 23 � The ruling BJP in Karnataka was today thrown into fresh quagmire as two ministers resigned and 11 more MLAs loyal to former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa announced their decision to quit the assembly membership, raising questions about its government�s stability, reports PTI.

Jolting the six-month-old Jagadish Shettar ministry, Public Works Minister C M Udasi and Energy Minister Shobha Karandlaje quit followed by high drama at Speaker K G Bopiah�s office where they and 11 other MLAs tried to submit their resignation letters but in vain.

Bopaiah was not in office when the MLAs trooped in as he was reportedly out of station while the Assembly Legislature Secretary Omprakash was also not present, prompting an enraged Yeddyurappa to rush there,insisting that the government had been reduced to a minority.

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