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Karnataka LIVE News Updates: Hearing of rebel MLAs' plea resumes in SC; lawyer Mukul Rohatgi accuses Speaker of acting in 'partisan manner'

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Karnataka LIVE news updates: The hearing of disgruntled MLAs resumed in the Supreme Court. Senior advocate Mukul Rohatgi, who is representing the ten rebel MLAs said that the Karnataka Speaker was acting in a partisan manner.
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News video: Karnataka crisis | Shivakumar stopped from entering hotel to meet rebel MLAs

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Senior Karnataka Congress leader DK Shivakumar was on Wednesday stopped from entering the five-star hotel in Mumbai to meet 10 rebel lawmakers after they sought police security as their supporters shouted “go back” slogans.

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