After a protest outside the state assembly against the Governor's decision, Congress legislators were taken to separate resorts to ensure BJP couldn't reach out to them.
The court said it wanted to examine the contents of the two letters, which formed the basis for the governor to invite Mr Yeddyurappa to form the government. It was pointed out during the hearing held from 2 am to 5.30 am on Thursday that the governor had granted 15 days, though Mr Yeddyurappa had sought only seven days.
Gandhi, who is on a two-day trip to Chhattisgarh, was apparently referring to the unprecedented press conference by four senior judges of the Supreme Court in January this year to express their grievances against the chief justice of India.
The tally on May 15 came down to 104 seats for the BJP, emerging as the single largest party, followed by the Congress at 78 and JD (S) at 37. The ruling party has much less members than us.
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Shah spent Thursday attending a pre-scheduled marathon meeting of different frontal organisations of the BJP to prepare them for the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
At the outset, the bench asked the Attorney General K K Venugopal, "Have you brought those letters (sent to the Governor by Yeddyurappa)?".
The bench directed Rohatgi to give copies of the letters to the counsel appearing for the Congress-JD (S) combine.
This comes after the same three-judge bench refused to stay Yeddyurappa's swearing in as CM on Thursday but asked him to produce the letters he had given to the Governor in court - these have names and signatures of the MLAs supporting him. According to people with knowledge of the matter, all like-minded opposition parties are seeking to highlight to the president the Karnataka governor's move of inviting the BJP to form the government even though the saffron party does not have the required numbers.
The BJP has 104 MLAs in the Karnataka assembly, eight short of the magic figure of 112.
The Congress and the JD (S) had joined hands after the election and staked claim to form the government.
Reacting to the development, the Congress said that it was extraordinary and demanded the Supreme Court to take note of this 'confession.' Pawan Khera told NDTV that Rohatgi's statement was a confession of horse-trading and the top court ought to have taken note of his confession.