Karnataka crisis highlights: Rebel Congress-JDS MLAs shifted from Mumbai to Goa

Karnataka politics news highlights: Nine Congress MLAs and three of JD(S) had gone to the Speaker Another Congress MLA, Anand Singh, submitted his resignation on July 1. Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy returned to Bengaluru from a 10-day US trip on Sunday night and held a series of meetings in a bid to save the 13-month-old coalition government of the Congress-JD(S). Kumaraswamy met leaders of alliance partners as the government was pushed to the brink following the resignation of 13 Congress and JD(S) MLAs who submitted their letters to the Speaker The BJP also has 105 MLAs and is the single largest party in the House. The coalition faces the risk of losing its majority if the resignations are accepted. Notably, the resignations of the 13 MLAs are yet to be accepted by the Speaker. However, the Speaker has confirmed that the MLAs have submitted their resignations to his office. He is likely to meet them on Tuesday.”,”headline”: “Karnataka crisis highlights: Rebel Congress-JDS MLAs shifted from Mumbai toGoa