Crisis in Karnataka: SC will take over the issue on Tuesday, maintaining the status quo

Bengaluru: The Supreme Court has retained the status quo after hearing both parties on the Karnataka crisis. The court will consider this issue on Tuesday.
On Friday, the court began hearing about the petitions of seceded legislators from Karnataka. MLA rebels moved the Supreme Court accusing the Karnataka Assembly President KR Ramesh Kumar of acting in a party-based manner.
According to reports, the Karnataka Assembly President accepted only 3 of the 16 resignations that were submitted to him. He rejected the rest, arguing that they were not in the prescribed format. Kumar also claimed that he needed to satisfy the process.
Senior attorney Mukul Rohtagi on behalf of the MLA insurgents claimed that the president abused Article 190 (3) (b) of the Constitution and acted in a partisan manner.
The political crisis in Karnataka went on the sixth day Friday.

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