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Karnataka crisis: Kumaraswamy to seek trust vote, asks speaker to fix time

IndiaTimes Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy on Friday said he would seek a trust vote and asked speaker KR Ramesh Kumar to fix the time for it. The embattled JD(S) leader also said he was ready for everything and that he was not here to cling to power. Kumaraswamy made the plea in the assembly amidst developments that have pushed his already wobbly government on the brink of collapse.
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News video: CM HD KUMARASWAMY SEEKS FLOOR TEST AND OTHER TOP STORIES

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Amid the ongoing karnataka crisis CM HD Kumaraswamy pulled off a surprise by declaring that he would seek a trust vote on the floor of the House.However Rebel MLAs may not turn up for trust vote.Now giving it a twist Rebel MLA MTB Nagaraj may return to Congress , DK Shivakumar confirms.On the other...

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