Gov. Bharadwaj recommends President's rule in Karnataka

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Bangalore, May 15: Karnataka Governor HR Bharadwaj has recommended President's Rule in the state on Sunday, May 15, says unconfirmed sources.

It is believed that Karnataka Governor has sent a special report to the Central Government over the current political crisis in Karnataka. Sources revealed that the report is regarding the significance of the Supreme Court judgment over the disqualification of rebel BJP MLAs.

Governor alleges that state is experiencing constitution break down and it is completely corrupt. " I have been observing all the developments, no one can play smart with me" - Governor wrote in the letter.

In a reaction to the act of HR Bharadwaj, Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa told, the opposition parties and Janata Dal S and Congress is misusing Governor's office in the state.

The Karnataka Assembly is scheduled to meet on May 16, 2011 for a 10 day session.

The Supreme Court had quashed Assembly Speaker KG Bopaiah's decision to disqualify 11 BJP MLAs and five independents before the trust vote against the BS Yeddyurappa government on Oct 11, 2010.

The disqualification had resulted in the survival of the Yeddyurappa government.

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