Karnataka Legislative Assembly Speaker Ramesh Kumar informed that he will look into the resignation letters on Tuesday.
If resignations are accepted, in that case, the number of Congress- JDS MLAs in the assembly would be reduced to 102, except the Speaker.
Their government is being supported by one legislator of BSP and one from Karnataka Pragnyavantha Janatha Party (KPJP).
Thereby, in case, voting takes place for No confidence, a total of 104 votes is likely to go in favour of ruling CON-JDS combine, while BJP has a clear lead with 105 MLAs, which means the Cong-JDS combine is in deep peril and is facing
Imminent threat from BJP which is most likely to dethrone them in few days.
The fresh threat to the survival of the 13-month-old government came at a time when Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy was in the US.
Meanwhile, senior Congress leaders, including Venugopal, Mallika Arjun Kharge, Sidharamaia, HK Patil, G. Parameshwara, are holding a meeting in Bengaluru.
While, Chief MInister Kumaswamy will hold a meeting of JDS leaders in evening, when he will come back from his visit to US.
Meanwhile, BJP on Sunday rubbished Congress party’s charge of creating political crisis in the state. GVL Narsimha says resignations are results of internal conflicts within Cong-JDS coalition.