5 rebel leaders approach JD-S leaders for guidance, after expulsion as MLA

6:15 PM, Wednesday, February 16th, 2011

Devegowda and five Mla'sBangalore: The 5 unwanted and expelled rebel MLAs (all ministers), having been disqualified and their disqualification being upheld by the State High Court are seeking new life and sought the help of JD-S supreme H.D.Devegowda to give them a future subsistence under his guidance.
But the state Governor Hans Raj refused to comment on the development of their exit from legislature. Governor H.R.Bharadwaj speaking to newsmen at the venue of Bangalore University’s 46th Convocation ceremony as its Chancellor, told that he had given some suggestions to the speaker Bopaiah before the KHC verdict, but these were ignored in toto. The Governor expressed dissatisfaction over several scandals that took place in the state, and the elected Rebel MLAs (ex-ministers) being thrown out, besides his own suggestions on participation of all MLAs in legislature work being ignored by rulers. He hoped that Budget sessions in Parliament and State Legislature would be conducted peacefully. Union Law Minister Dr.M.V.Moily was present at this tete-a-tete. Doctorate (honorary) degrees were conferred on poet Nisar Ahmed and researcher M.Chidananda Murthy at the Convocation Hall.
The five expelled rebel (BJP)MLAs met both ex-CMs of JD-S at their house and had long hearty discussions with the ex-PM and ex-CM, in Bangalore at Padmanabha Nagar residence of Devegowda, who assured them that they could go to Supreme Court without any fears, but with relevant documents in their possession.
The 5 rebel leaders promised to consult legal luminaries for their opinion and go in appeal on Thursday (Feb17) to the Supreme Court in New Delhi for Justice. They had met Kumarswamy first, and Devegowda later, for elaborate discussions, with intentions of a long drawn out fight against BJP. This may rebound on him for various reasons, as High Court has disqualified then as MLAs now.

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