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Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy has also claimed that they will overcome the current bout of crisis as well. All the ministers from the two parties have resigned as well to give a free hand to Kumaraswamy to restructure his Council of Ministers and accommodate the dissident MLAs.

This type of activities (were) are going on in Karnataka. Today they thought that it is high time to come out of that party and resign from the legislator's post because they felt that continuing as MLA (is) not good in larger interest of the constituency and the state. So they have resigned

After the Congress levelled corruption allegations against former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa came down heavily on the party terming the accusations as "atrocious" and "malicious" and threatened to file a defamation case.

Karnataka BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa has said that India's air strikes on a terror camp in Pakistan on Tuesday has created a wave in favour of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and will help the party win over 22 of 28 seats in the state in the national election due by May.

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