Supreme Court verdict on Karnataka MLAs disqualification case LIVE updates: The Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld the then Karnataka Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar’s decision disqualifying 17 MLAs. However, the Apex Court has allowed them to contest polls, striking down the provision fixing a time period for which they will remain disqualified. The verdict is of high importance to the politicians as byelections to their 15 of their respective constituencies – except Rajarajeshwari Nagar (N Munirathna) and Maski (Pratapgouda Patil) – have been scheduled for December 5. It can be recalled that the then Karnataka Legislative Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar had disqualified 13 MLAs from the Congress, 3 JD(S) legislators and one independent MLA citing anti-defection laws after almost a month of confusion in July 2019. Live BlogSupreme Court upholds the then Karnataka Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar’s decision to disqualify 17 MLAs. However, they have been given a clean chit to contest bypolls scheduled for December 5. Get more LIVE updates here. SC has partially upheld Speaker’s decision: Siddaramaiah Hon. Supreme Court has partially upheld the decision of Hon. Speaker Shri. Ramesh Kumar. I welcome and respect the decision of Hon. Supreme Court.#OperationKamala#Disqualifiedmlasverdict — Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) November… Read full this story
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