BJP members resign from panel established to penetrate racket in Council
Very first conference of the panel was held on Friday.
First conference of the panel was held on Friday.
Two members of the Legal Council from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) are found out to have resigned as members of the Unique Legal Committee constituted by Council Chairman K. Prathapchandra Shetty to probe into the pandemonium in the House on December 15.
A.H. Vishwanth and S.V. Sankanur did not participate in the first meeting of the committee held on Friday and later on sent their resignations, sources in the BJP validated. “It was the celebration’s call not to be part of the committee formed by the Chairman, against whom the celebration has moved a no-confidence motion that is at the heart of the conflict,” a senior BJP MLC said.
The committee was formed following a report by Council Secretary K.R. Mahalakshmi, in which she stated Deputy Chairman late S.L. Dharme Gowda occupied the Chairman’s seat that day “spontaneously”. Regardless of being informed about the guidelines of the Home, he continued to carry out the procedures, leading to the pandemonium, said the report.
Dharme Gowda left a death note and ended his life on December28 “It is likewise not in excellent taste to probe the conduct of a dead male,” a senior BJP MLC stated. The committee was formed with five senior members of the Council and they were not sought advice from and their authorization was not taken prior to the committee was notified, sources in the BJP contended.
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