With the Congress and Janata Dal (Secular) sticking to their guns on the resignation of Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa over the land scams and illegal mining, the legislature session, scheduled to resume from Monday, is likely to be stormy.
The former Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy said the Janata Dal (S) and the Congress would stall the proceedings in both the Houses.
“We will not allow the legislature session to continue till the Chief Minister submits his resignation,” Mr. Kumaraswamy told presspersons in Ramanagaram on Sunday.
It may be mentioned here that the Congress too has made its stand clear that it will not allow the Houses to transact any business till Mr. Yeddyurappa quits.
Both the Opposition parties have decided to move an adjournment motion on Chief Minister's alleged involvement in land scams.
The former Chief Minister visited a house at Ammalli Doddi in Channapatna taluk in the district where four members of a farmer's family committed suicide last month.
He paid compensation of Rs. 50,000 to the bereaved family.