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The Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Monday evening held discussions on the situation arising after the controversial win by the B.S. Yeddyurappa-led Government during the trust vote motion held in the Karanataka State Assembly today.


New Delhi, Oct.11 : The Congress Working Committee (CWC) on Monday evening held discussions on the situation arising after the controversial win by the B.S. Yeddyurappa-led Government during the trust vote motion held in the Karanataka State Assembly today.

Speculation is rife that the Governor has recommended dismissal of the State Government in the State.

The CWC, reportedly, decided to avoid taking any hasty decision in relation to Karnataka situation and wait for the High Court judgement on the issue.

The Union Cabinet will, it was reported, will discuss the issue after the judgement.

According to reports, the Congress Party is not likely to join hands with Janata Dal (S) to form a Government in the State.

The Congress Committee meeting was attended by Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh, Congress President Sonia Gandhi, Home Minister P.Chidambaram, and Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

Governor H.R.Bhardwaj , according to reports, had written to the Assembly Speaker on Sunday, directing against disqualification of any MLA during the Floor Test of the State Government in the Assembly House.

Governor Bhardwaj had asked the Speaker to retain the configuration of the Assembly in terms of the members of each party represented in the House.

On Monday, the Assembly Speaker, K.G.Bopaiah, however, went on disqualifying 16 rebel MLAs, including 11 from BJP under the provision of the anti defection law. It led to the B.S. Yeddyurappa Government sailing through the trust vote.

With this the strength in the 224-member Assembly came down to 208 and 105 became the figure for the motion to sail through. .

Despite being barred by the Speaker from entering the House, the disqualified MLAs forcibly entered the lounges of the Assembly, foiling police attempts to block them.

Later, they moved the Karnataka High Court challenging their disqualification and sought a stay on the Speaker's order. The Court has adjourned till tomorrow the hearing on the petition.

ANI

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