Karnataka crisis: BS Yeddyurappa says Supreme Court verdict moral victory for rebel MLAs
Karnataka BJP chief B S Yeddyurappa accepted the Supreme Court on the political crisis, alleging it was a 'moral victory' for rebel MLAs, whose submitted their resignations ruling Congress-JD(S) coalition to the brink of collapse.
BSY pointed out that the political parties cannot issue a hit to the 15 rebel MLAs, who have resigned, and they cannot be compelled to active the House proceedings. The apex court gave its judgment seeing all the facts about Karnataka in mind, he said.
Yeddyurappa said against this backdrop, CM HDK will have to resign when he will face the confidence vote in the assembly on Thursday, he said. The BJP president also pointed out that the speaker has been held decision at the earliest and submit his order to the Supreme Court.
BSY said “I welcome the Supreme Court decision. It is a victory of the Constitution and democracy. It is a moral victory for rebel MLAs. It is only an interim order and in the future, the SC will decide the power of the speaker. It will set a new trend in the Parliamentary democracy,” he said.