Dr Faizan Mustafa, vice chancellor of NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad speaks to Ravish Kumar on the Karnataka crisis and the Supreme Court’s order pertaining to resignations by rebel lawmakers. Ten rebel Karnataka lawmakers, heavily protected by policemen, briskly walked to the Speaker’s chamber in the state assembly Vidhana Souda on Thursday holding blank papers and rewrote their resignation which, if accepted, will leave the ruling Congress-Janata Dal Secular coalition in a minority. The Supreme Court had ordered Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar to meet the rebel lawmakers, and make up his mind on whether he would accept their resignation. The Speaker has also approached the top court; he has asked for time to examine whether the resignations were coerced or voluntary. (Audio in Hindi)
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