Bangalore, Jun 3 (UNI) Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa will seek vote of confidence in the Assembly on June six, immediately after Karantaka Governor Rameshwar Thakur's address the joint session, Minister Dr V S Acharya said today.
Briefing newsmen after the state cabinet he said that the Chief Minister would move the motion on the last day of the three-day special session.
On the opening day of the session tomorrow the newly elected members from all the parties and the independents would take oath.
The house would elect new Speaker on June five, he said.
Senior BJP leader Jagadish Shettar had agreed to become the Speaker of the Assembly. He also expressed confidence that Speaker would be elected unanimously in the 224-member lower house in which BJP enjoys a clear majority with the help of six independents.
Immediately after the joint session of the Karnataka legislature the house will be adjourned briefly and re-assemble later and take up the confidence motion.
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