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Karnataka trust vote updates: BSY proves majority; Assembly to vote for new Speaker on Jul 30

By Anuj Cariappa
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Bengaluru, July 29: B S Yediyurappa has won the trust vote. He won the trust vote moved by moved by him through a voice vote. Yediyurappa urged everyone in the House to cooperate with him and help him work for the people. Meanwhile, the Karnataka speaker KR Ramesh Kumar announced his resignation.

Karnataka trust vote LIVE: Will Yediyurappa be able to prove majority?

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1:30 AM, 30 Jul
The Karnataka Assembly will elect its new Assembly Speaker Wednesday. In a statement, State Assembly secretary M K Vishalakshi said the election to the speaker's post will take placeon Wednesday and asked the members to furnish their nominationpapers along with a letter from a proposer by Tuesdayafternoon. A few names have started doing the rounds but the BJP has not yet confirmed them. A day after disqualifying 14 more rebel MLAs in a parting shot on the trust vote eve, paving the way for an easy run for the BJP in the House Monday, Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar announced his resignation soon after B S Yediyurappa won the confidence motion. With the BJP comfortably placed in the numbers game after the disqualification of 17 rebel MLAs, including three earlier, that reduced the effective strength of the House, the opposition Congress and JDS did not press for division.
6:57 PM, 29 Jul
BJP MLA KG Bopaiah to file his nomination for Speaker’s post on July 30.
6:57 PM, 29 Jul
M Lakshminarayana appointed advisor to Chief Minister Yediyurappa.
6:55 PM, 29 Jul
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa withdraws powers of boards/corporations and directed in a notification that till the next order, department secretaries will work as incharges.
12:55 PM, 29 Jul
''Winning the trust vote is, taking one more step closer towards a stable and strong administration. Will uphold the trust by ensuring transparent and accountable governance,'' BS Yediyurappa tweets
12:34 PM, 29 Jul
Ramesh Kumar handed over his resignation to Deputy Speaker.
12:28 PM, 29 Jul
House adjourned till 5pm
12:28 PM, 29 Jul
Karnataka chief minister BS Yediyurappa has won the trust vote in the Karnataka Assembly on Monday. After Congress and JD(S) leaders Siddaramaiah and HD Kumaraswamy made their arguments against the BJP government, but said that they would evaluate how the government worked for the people of the state, the newly-appointed government won the trust vote by voice note.
12:25 PM, 29 Jul
Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar announced his resignation after concluding farewell speech
12:21 PM, 29 Jul
Speaker Ramesh Kumar thanks all the members of the House, and appeals to them to bring electoral reforms to life by adopting a resolution.
12:18 PM, 29 Jul
“Over the past 14 months and 4 days I have worked as the Speaker as I was elected unanimously. I worked on the basis of my conscience keeping the people’s views in mind. We must take considered steps when some developments occur. When we get to hold such positions, we must tread carefully to not bring disrepute to the chair. I have worked with this in mind,” said Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar.
12:18 PM, 29 Jul
Three disqualified MLAs - Congress's Ramesh Jarkiholi and Mahesh Kumathali along with independent R Shankar are moving the Supreme Court today challenging Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar's decision to disqualify them till 2023.
12:14 PM, 29 Jul
Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar begins farewell speech, expected to announce his resignation.
12:10 PM, 29 Jul
Huge relief for salaried government employees as legislative assembly passes Finance Bill through voice vote.
12:07 PM, 29 Jul
Supplementary estimates passed in the assembly, voice vote done
12:05 PM, 29 Jul
Congress tweets,''BS Yediyurappa has never become Karnataka CM through people's mandate. Everytime, his expertise in horse-trading and resort politics have made him chief minister. Operation Lotus may have won him the trust vote today but he doesn't have the trust of the people of Karnataka.''
12:04 PM, 29 Jul
CM BS Yediyurappa hits back at CLP leader Siddaramaiah opposing Supplementary budget, says it was prepared by Coalition government itself.
12:00 PM, 29 Jul
Siddaramaiah opposes supplementary budget.
11:59 AM, 29 Jul
Ruckus in assembly over Supplementary budget. Supplementary Budget is the request for additional funds by Ministries and Departments during the course of the year.
11:57 AM, 29 Jul
Finance Bill unanimously passed in Karnataka assembly.
11:57 AM, 29 Jul
Speaker says Siddaramaiah, who has presented 13 budgets, has already said that this will affect administration. Please cooperate.
11:56 AM, 29 Jul
DK Shivakumar in the House said,''Let the government do anything, let them bring in a new budget. But what is this three month vote on account.''
11:55 AM, 29 Jul
Congress opposes Appropriation Bill being passed without a debate. However, Speaker Ramesh Kumar says that passing of the bill is the need of the hour.
11:54 AM, 29 Jul
Opposition leaders Siddaramaiah and HK Patil raise objection over vote-on-account.
11:49 AM, 29 Jul
Replying to the responses from the Opposition, CM Yediyurappa said that it would be worthwhile becoming Chief Minister when he gives administration that the people of the State will accept.
11:49 AM, 29 Jul
BJP government-led by BS Yediyurappa is safe for six months since the next trust vote can be moved only after that.
11:48 AM, 29 Jul
CM BS Yediyurappa moves the Appropriation Bill after winning trust vote.
11:47 AM, 29 Jul
B S Yediyurappa who was sworn as the Chief Minister on Friday faced the trust vote today. He won the trust vote through a voice vote. Immediately after the trust vote, he presented the Finance Appropriation Bill. He said that he has not changed even a coma in the bill that was prepared by the H D Kumaraswamy government.
11:45 AM, 29 Jul
Yediyurappa wins trust vote
11:42 AM, 29 Jul
For the next 3 years and 10 months, I will only rule for the people. Please all of you cooperate with me says Yediyurappa.
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Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar had disqualified 14 rebel MLAs from Congress and JD(S) for anti-party activities under the anti-defection law. He had earlier disqualified three other MLAs under the law. Some BJP leaders said they were unlikely to bring a motion to remove Kumar on Monday. According to the law, such a motion can only be taken up after 14 days and needs a simple majority of the assembly to pass.

Meanwhile, the rebels said they will move the apex court on Monday to challenge their disqualification, which they argued was illegal. "We will question everything based on the prevailing law," said dissident JD(S) lawmaker AH Vishwanath.

With the disqualification of 17 MLAs from Congress and JD(S), the magic number for the simple majority is 105.

A lone Independent MLA has extended support to BJP.

With the disqualification, the half-way mark of the 225-member Assembly has gone down substantially, which will benefit BJP leader BS Yediyurappa.

With the 14 disqualification of 14 MLAs and three others on 25 July, the Assembly is short by 17 legislators.

The effective strength of the House without these 17 MLAs will be 208, including the Speaker. The half-way mark in the Assembly, thus, has gone down from 113 to 104, giving BJP an edge in the House at least till by-elections are held for the seats vacated by the MLAs.

In the bypolls that will be held later, if BJP wins at least eight seats, it will go past the majority mark of 113 on its own.

On 27 July, BS Yediyurappa took oath as Chief Minister succeeding HD Kumaraswamy, three days after the Congress-JDS coalition government crumbled on failing the floor test.

Accusations of horse-trading and in-fighting have defined Karnataka politics in recent months but if Yediyurappa manages to pass Monday's floor test, it could well be the beginning of political order.

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