SC allows Karnataka independent MLAs to withdraw plea on trust vote

New Delhi, July 25: The Supreme Court has allowed the withdrawal of two petitions filed by two independent Karnataka MLAs. They had sought a direction to the state assembly speaker K RRamesh Kumar to conduct "forthwith" floor test on a trust

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