Congress moves SC against Karnataka Governor's invite to BJP

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Wednesday moved the Supreme Court against Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala's determination to ask BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa to shape the federal government within the state and sought a right away hearing.
Senior Congress chief Abhishek Singhvi said the birthday party has sought a hearing on its petition difficult the Governor's determination tonight itself.

"We have filed a petition before the Supreme Court and have urged the registrar to allow hearing on it tonight itself," Singhvi instructed PTI, including that fast hearing has been sought as the subject was once very serious.

In the night time, Vala invited Yeddyurappa to shape the federal government and take oath as leader minister on Thursday. He also requested Yeddyurappa to hunt a vote of self assurance inside of 15 days of assuming office.

Singhvi, who has been assigned the task to lead Congress's prison problem against Vala's determination, met the Supreme Court registrar to take forward the process to listen to the "urgent petition".


Sources said the petition is being assigned to a pass judgement on for its early hearing.


They said the pressing hearing has been sought tonight as Yeddyurappa's swearing in was once going down as early as 9am the next day and there was once very little time left for it.


The Congress has termed the move to shape a BJP government in Karnataka as "illegal and against the law and Constitution."


"Calling an immoral and illegal government to be sworn in as an illegitimate child cannot sustain the scrutiny of Constitution or the test of law," Congress Communications in-charge Randeep Surjewala said at a press convention.
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