The political crisis in Karnataka further deepened with Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa questioning governor H R Bharadwaj’s intentions of recommending President’s rule in the state. It is to be noted that on Sunday, Mr Bharadwaj wrote to the President recommending president’s rule in the state in spite the BJP winning confidence of 11 rebels and had majority in the Assembly.
Meanwhile, Yeddyurappa said that he will lead a dharna outside Raj Bhawan in Bengaluru and he was also written a letter to the Prime Minister, President and Home Minister saying that his party has the majority in the state. Meanwhile, the NDA will meet in Delhi to further discuss the issue.
On Sunday, governor H R Bharadwaj wrote to the President that there is a breakdown of constitutional mechanism in the state and mentioned about corruption in the state. Speaking to reporters in Delhi, Arun Jaitley said that the BJP government enjoyed a majority in the state with support of nearly 121 MLAs.