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Karnataka: 16 disqualified MLAs join BJP in presence of chief minister Yediyurappa

DNA Thursday, 14 November 2019 ()
Earlier on Wednesday, the Supreme Court had upheld the decision of the then Karnataka governor KR Ramesh Kumar to disqualify rebel MLAs but allowed them to contest bypolls and 2023 elections.
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BJP leader P Murlidhar Rao speaks on SC decision on Karnataka MLAs' disqualification

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