New Delhi: In a big relief to Karnataka Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar, Governor HR Bhardwaj on Saturday said that there is no constitutional crisis in the state as the government has majority in the assembly.
Talking to media persons after customary Republic Day address at the Field Marshal Manekshaw Parade Grounds in Bangalore, Bhardwaj said that the state government has majority even after 13 ruling BJP MLAs announced their decision to quit the Assembly membership.

Earlier, the Governor on Friday accepted the resignation of Public Works Minister CM Udasi and Energy Minister Shobha Karandlaje from the Jagadish Shettar Cabinet.

Udasi, Karandlaje and 11 other BJP MLAs have also decided to quit the assembly as part of Yeddyurappa's plan to prevent Shettar from presenting the 2013-14 budget on February 8.


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