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Deshpande charge

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Bangalore: Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee president R.V. Deshpande on Monday complained to Governor H.R. Bhardwaj that the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party was indulging in horse-trading by weaning away two MLAs — Varthur Prakash, independent, and M.C. Ashwath, Janata Dal(S) — to augment its strength. In a letter to Mr. Bhardwaj, the KPCC president alleged that State BJP president K.S. Eshwarappa had openly invited Opposition MLAs to join them to bolster the strength of the ruling party. He alleged that the BJP kept the two legislators captive. He said the decision of the Speaker was questionable and mala fide. He said the Mr. Eshwarappa's invitation was nothing but horse-trading.

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