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Yeddy Takes a Cricket Break With Party Colleagues in Bengaluru as JDS-Cong Fate Awaits SC Verdict

Dressed in white, Yeddyurappa was seen swinging a cricket bat in the hotel lawns where he tried his hand at cricket with his party colleagues.

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Updated:July 16, 2019, 11:44 PM IST
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Yeddy Takes a Cricket Break With Party Colleagues in Bengaluru as JDS-Cong Fate Awaits SC Verdict
Dressed in white, Yeddyurappa was seen swinging a cricket bat in the hotel lawns where he tried his hand at cricket with his party colleagues.
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Bengaluru: As the focus on Tuesday shifted to the Supreme Court, which is hearing the pleas of 15 Karnataka MLAs against alleged delay by the Speaker in accepting their resignations, the state BJP President was having a leisurely time with his party MLAs who are camped at a resort on the outskirts of the city.

Dressed in white attire, Yeddyurappa was seen swinging a cricket bat in the hotel lawns, where he tried his hand at the sport with his party colleagues.

Yeddyurappa, who had been busy in hectic meetings with senior party colleagues and legislators as the wobbly coalition government headed by Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy teeters on the brink, spent most of Tuesday at the resort near Yelahanka.

After heightened political activity in the city, it was relatively calm, with the focus shifting to the Supreme Court. The court on Wednesday morning will pronounce its order on the pleas of 15 rebel Congress-JD(S) MLAs seeking direction for Speaker Ramesh Kumar to accept their resignations from the Assembly.

The verdict will come a day before the coalition government faces a floor test in the assembly. As many as 15 MLAs have resigned while two independent MLAs — S Shankar and H Nagesh — have withdrawn their support to the coalition government.

In a bid to keep their flock together ahead of the floor test, the Congress, the BJP and the JD(S) have shifted their MLAs to resorts.

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