Karnataka political crisis: Dy CM G Parameshwara calls meeting of Congress ministers, says 'all party MLAs will resign if needed'
The breakfast meeting comes a day after rebel Congress and JD(S) MLAs said their decision to resign from the Karnataka Legislative Assembly was final.
BJP MLAs disrupt Karnataka Assembly proceedings, claim coalition is in minority; seven Congress MLAs still absconding
According to reports, seven Congress MLA's were absconding from the second session of the Karnataka Assembly budget session, despite the party issuing a whip and asking all MLAs to be present.
Karnataka MLA poaching: 'BJP offered huge amount to JD(S) MLA last night,' says HD Kumaraswamy, BJP denies allegation
Karnataka CM and JD(S) chief HD Kumaraswamy said when approached by the BJP as part of the saffron party's 'Operation Kamala', the JD(S) MLA said he was not in need of a gift and would like to be left alone.
Karnataka MLA poaching: No problem to Congress-JD(S) govt, says Siddaramaiah; 4 'missing' MLAs served party notice
The four legislators who did not turn up at a recent Congress legislature party meeting have been served notices, and there is no threat to the government as the media has portrayed, Siddaramaiah said.
BSP MLA Ramabai Ahirwar repeats demand for Madhya Pradesh cabinet berth, threatens 'Karnataka-like situation' otherwise
Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) MLA Ramabai Ahirwar has reiterated her demand for a cabinet berth in Madhya Pradesh, stating that the Kamal Nath government should keep its ministers happy to avoid a "Karnataka-like situation" in the state.
Karnataka resort brawl: Cops register attempt-to-murder case against suspended Congress MLA JN Ganesh, who hit fellow MLA Anand Singh
Congress MLA JN Ganesh, who allegedly hit his lawmaker colleague Anand Singh during an alleged brawl at a private resort, claimed he too was injured in the scuffle, an incident that has given an embarrassing twist to the party's bid to keep its flock together.
Actor Prakash Raj says he won't join any political party, to contest as Independent from BJP stronghold Bengaluru Central
Actor-turned politician Prakash Raj said he will not join any political party and will contest the upcoming Lok Sabha polls from the BJP stronghold of Bengaluru Central on his own.