Amid the looming threat of more resignations by ruling BJP ministers and legislators loyal to BS Yeddyurappa, Karnataka CM today said his govt is stable and that he did not expect further resignations.
Buffeted by threats of
instability to his government by 13 rebel MLAs, Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar Friday told Governor H R Bhardwaj he still commanded majority and hinted he has not been asked by him to prove it.
The BJP high command will on Wednesday take disciplinary action against 14 of its MLAs in Karnataka assembly, who defied party diktat and attended the launch of BS Yeddyurappa`s new regional outfit KJP.
A day after BS Yeddyurappa launched his regional party KJP, claiming support of several BJP MLAs and dared CM Jagadish Shettar to prove his majority, BJP is now mulling to recommend the dissolution of State assembly.