Patna: Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday advocated that his Karnataka counterpart BS Yeddyurappa should be given a chance to prove his government`s majority in the Assembly.
"Yeddyurappa government should be given a chance to prove majority in the Karnataka Assembly," Kumar told reporters on the sidelines of `Janata Darbar` programme here.
"The House is the appropriate forum for the purpose of proving majority. It will be transgressing limits if any kind of interference is made on issues related to the states", he said.
Kumar was commenting on Karnataka Governor H R Bhardwaj`s recommendations to the Centre for imposition of President`s rule in Karnataka.