Karnataka had been facing political breakdown in the state government for quite some time now and had thus, been the centre of controversies amidst the nations too. The increasing number of resignations by the party MLAs have neared the ruling Government to lose its majority. Having withdrawed their support from the government, the resigned MLAs have started supporting BJP. The blames of which had been put up on the Ruling party BJP at the centre. Defying the accusations Defence Minister and the senior party leader of BJP Rajnath Singh claimed that the party has nothing to do with the issues creeping out in the southern state.

A group of 10 resigned MLAs have filed a petition in the SC claiming that the Karnataka Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar has been delaying in accepting their resgnations. In the petition senior lawyer Mukul Rohatgi requested CJI Ranjan Gogoi for the early hearing of the same which has been accepted by the court and Justice Gogoi would be hearing the case on Thursday, July 11.


The Karnataka government had been into trouble for quite some time as the State CM HD Kumaraswamy stands on the verge of losing majority in the assembly. The Choas in the politics arose after numerous Congress ministers resigned and withdrawed their support to the rulling party in the state.

Following this problem, the Congress raised an issue in the Lok Sabha claiminng that 'Ruling party BJP is trying to topple Congress-JD(S) government in Karnataka’ to which Defence Minister and BJP's senior leader retrieved that BJP has nothing to do with the issues raising up amidst the leaders in Karnataka. Now we have Karnataka Congress Leader Siddaramaiah who has come up with a new statement over the increasing number of resignations by the Party members. The resigned leaders had also come up to support BJP.

Siddaramaiah claimed that BJP is trying to destabilise this government in the state constantly. He also said that “According to us these are anti-party activities and they have colluded with the BJP. These people are trapped. Even now I request them to come back, withdraw their resignations. The party has taken a decision requesting their disqualification.”


Nirmala Sitharaman, the Finance Minister of the Modi Government 2.0 is ready delivering her first speech as the Finance Minister on July 5, Friday. In this speech, Nirmala will also be presenting the finance budget of the financial year 2019-2020. Nirmala emphasised upon the success of the Swacch Bharat Abhiyan under which 9.6+ crores of toilets are constructed all over India and 96 percent of the cities have become open defecation free. Sitharaman while presentin g the budget said that the projects this year would be focusing around "Gaon, Garib and Kisan" i.e., the projects would be revovling around framers, poor and rural sections of the country.

A huge ammount of 10,000 crores has already been approved earlier this year in April for the faster adoption of electric vehicles to reduces pollutions caused by the petroleum feuls. FM Sitharaman also said that India is all set to become an economy of $3 trillion this year and the schemes including 'Bharatmata', 'Sagarmala' and 'UDAN' would be focusing on bridging gaps between rural and urban areas and improve transportation too. Over 35 crore LED bulbs have been distributed in the rural regions leading to save Rs 18,341 crore annually.


India's first full time female Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman presented her annual finance budget for the 2019 year before the Lok Sabha session on Thursday, July 5 which included many new and worth appreciation announcements. Sitharaman said that there are plans to help women, villages, farmers and agriculture too. Trying to leave no place untouched FM presented the budget wrapped in a red cloth alike the annual budgets from the traditional India.

The key announcements of the budget include:

*The first target would be on roads, rural developments and rural regions. There would be huge investments to improving the country's infrastructure.
*Tax rates would be manipulated. The tax rates for the companies having an annual turnover less than $59m would be reduced by 25 to 30% while the same would be increased by 3% for the top earners.
*Options to open up foreign direct investment in the aviation, media and animation, and insurance sectors would looked and discussed ahead to increase foreign investments to spur economical growth.
*Products including deisel, petrol and gold, etc would also observe hike in price this year.
*Through a new tenancy and affordable housing framework common people of the country are likely to get helps details of which are yet to be released.
India could grow to a $5 trillion (£4 trillion) economy in the next five years (from $2.7 trillion) said FM nirmala Sitharaman. It would be interestimg thing to see how helpful and successful this budget would be at it's end.


Senior BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya's MLA son Akash Vijayvargiya had been the talk amidst critics for hitting a government official with a cricket bat earlier this week. Everyone including PM Modi had been expressing their anger over it. PM Modi said that such bad conduct will not be acceptable or tolerated irrespective of his family background.

Now we have another such incident reported where the political leaders have misused their powers to torture others. Maharashtra Congress MLA Nitesh Rane and his supporters poured mud on a highway an engineer from a bucket on Thursday at a bridge near Kankavali on the Mumbai-Goa highway when the MLA was inspecting the patholes-ridden stretch.

Rane and his supporters were on inspection of the highway and did the misdead after they got angry over repairing of the patholes. In a video released by ANI, the MLA is also seen trying to tie the engineer identified as Prakash Shedekar to the bridge to threaten him. Modi had strongly disapproved the acts of Akash and said that anyone behaving such should be sacked. It would be an interesting thing to watch as to what would the administration do over Rane's act.