Karnataka: BJP to seek Vajjal`s disqualification

Last Updated: Thursday, October 14, 2010 - 18:16

Bangalore: The ruling BJP in Karnataka on Thursday
said it would seek disqualification of its MLA from Lingasagur
Manappa Vajjal for defying the party whip and abstaining from
the Assembly during the trust vote sought by Chief Minister
B S Yeddyuurappa.
An application would be filed before the Speaker K G
Bopaiah soon seeking Vajjal`s disqualification, BJP Chief Whip
D N Jeevaraj told reporters after Yeddyurappa won the motion
of confidence.
The BJP has already secured disqualification of 11 of its
rebel MLAs, who have approached the High Court challenging the

Vajjal seemed to have been roped in by JD-S.

Sources in JD-S said the party was also contemplating a
similar action against its Chennapatna MLA, M C Ashwath, who
also remained absent. BJP is suspected to behind his absence


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First Published: Thursday, October 14, 2010 - 18:16

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