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7 pm: "The real action will start now, whatever promises I have made to the citizens of Karnataka, I am going to fulfill them. I am not going to care about this threat (BJP to call state-wide bandh on May 28 on the issue of farmers' loans waiver): Karnataka CM HD Kumaraswamy
4.20 pm: "The unholy alliance between Congress and JD(S) will not last long. This is a conspiracy to keep BJP out of power. We are holding Karnataka bandh on Monday if the government does not waive farmer loans": R Ashok.
4.13 pm: "They (BJP) cannot waste public money, if a law and order problem is created it will be because of them. They cannot force and blackmail us, we are a responsible govt and cannot act to the wishes of BJP": D K Shivakumar on BJP's state-wide bandh on May 28, if CM doesn't waive off farmer loans.
3.42 pm: JD(S)-Congress alliance wins vote trust in voice vote.
3.41 pm: Kumaraswamy ends his address with request to MLAs to vote for the JD(S)-Congress alliance.
3.40 pm: "I never betrayed the people. I have always responded to them. As I said before, I am not after power": Kumaraswamy.
3.28 pm: "BJP minister Prakash Javadekar gave statement that if BJP had come to power, Siddarmaiah would have been jailed withing 24 hours. What moral right does Yeddyurappa have to speak about Siddaramaiah?": Kumaraswamy
3.20 pm: Yeddyurappa leads BJP walkout in assembly before trust vote
3.18 pm: Yeddyurappa announces state-wide bandh on Monday if farmers' loan not waived
3.15 pm: "This government has neither past, present nor future": Yeddyurappa
3.07 pm: "I urge Congress to think about morality. Keep aside dirty politics and think about your future": Yeddyurappa
3.04 pm: "I challenge D K Shivakumar, if the father and son duo does not make this government fall within a few months, change my name": Yeddyurappa
2.56 pm: "Our battle is not against Congress but against the corrupt father and son": Yeddyurappa.
2.55 pm: Yeddyurappa tells Siddaramaiah, "I do not have to praise you. You enjoy so much popularity among people. But your high command still calls Kumaraswamy before you. The man who moved with Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi was pushed to a corner."
2.53 pm: "PM Modi never said he would not allow anyone other than BJP to form government. Do not spread false propaganda" Yeddyurappa to HDK
2.52 pm: Yeddyurappa tells Congress MLA D K Shivakumar, "You will regret joining hands with JD(S) one day. If you want to sink with Kumaraswamy I do not have any problem."
2.50 pm: "Kumaraswamy will do anything for power": Yeddyurappa
2.49 pm: Yeddyurappa asks Siddaramaiah, "Isn't it true that JD(S) fielded a strong candidate like G T Devegowda against you to defeat you? Were you not humuliated?"
2.44 pm: "People feel that this would be a government that is against their mandate and opportunistic. After Kumaraswamy was the CM and I was the deputy CM in our coalition government, I should have been the CM and the deputy, but instead, the father and son came to me with several conditions for handing over power. I did not budge. I regret now, I apologise to the people of the state for joining hands with Kumaraswamy then": Yeddyurappa
2.43 pm: Yeddyurappa addresses assembly in response to Kumaraswamy.
2.43 pm: Kumaraswamy moves confidence motion with request for support from MLAs.
2.34 pm: "What was the need for operation Kamala to lure MLAs and form goverment with 104 seats? Why are you bringing in this new culture of operation Kamala": Kumaraswamy questions BJP while thanks Congress and JD(S) MLAs for staying united.
2.28 pm: "I can guarantee that we will not bring a situation where people of any section of society will have to descend on streets for their rights": Kumaraswamy
2.27 pm: "We will waive off all loans of farmers. But I am still a CM-desgnate, I am yet to become the CM officially. I cannot make decisions without discussions with my deputy CM and senior leaders": Kumaraswamy on issue of farm loan waiver.
2.25 pm: "I want to make it clear, our government will provide stable administration and last for full five terms": Kumaraswamy.
2.15 pm: "Neither my family nor I have ever gone after power. When Congress withdrew support from our government in the past, A B Vajpayee had sent a letter of support, but my father Deve Gowda rejected. When I became chief minister in 2006, allegations were hurled against me in just months': Kumaraswamy
1.55 pm: Kumaraswamy criticises PM Modi in his address, says his recent statements detrimental to democracy.
1.51 pm: Kumaraswamy thanks Congress leaders such as Ghulam Nabi Azad, Mallikarjuna Kharge, Dr Parameshwara and others for offering alliance soon election results came pouring in.
1.49 pm: "My political life has been such that I feel I have become a controversial person": Kumaraswamy
1.48 pm: "Cannot say people have given full mandate to any party this time. I am still trying to understand the kind of mandate people have given. The same happened in 2004 when we saw a hung assembly": Kumaraswamy.
1.45 pm: Kumaraswamy addresses the house prior to moving the trust vote
1.44 pm: Speaker invites Kumaraswamy to move the confidence motion.
1.40 pm: "I was sure B S Yeddyurappa would decide to elect me unanimously, because even though he and I do not interact much, we have mutual respect for each other": Ramesh Kumar. He also asked the media to be responsible and not sensationalise any news unnecessarily.
1.33 pm: "Request all MLAs to conduct themselves in such a way that people who are watching news or reading newspapers do not feel let down by us": Ramesh Kumar
1.24 pm: Ramesh Kumar gives thanksgiving speech. Stresses on the sanctity of the assembly. "Ordinary people do not have access to this door, so they have elected you to represent them, and you are expected to conduct yourselves with dignity," he reminds the MLAs.
1.32 pm: Speaker Ramesh Kumar makes announcement of Yeddyurappa's appointment as opposition leader and Govind Karjol as deputy.
1.20 pm: "We have seen you as speaker from 1994 to 1999. You were a friend, philospher and guide to this house": Suresh Kumar to speaker Ramesh Kumar
1.11 pm: Krishna Byregowda speaks followed by BJP's Suresh Kumar.
12.57 pm: BJP's Govind Karjol addresses the assembly, followed by Congress MLA D K Shivakumar.
12.53 pm: "Your vast experience will come into play in your role as speaker. First time legislators should be given opportunity to speak in the house. This is a coalition government, and I am confident that as a speaker you will protect the interests of the government as well as the opposition. You have been elected unanimously and that is how it should be. I congratulate all the MLAs especially of the BJP for making this possible": Siddaramaiah.
12.49 pm: Siddaramaiah brings a lighter moment to the proceedings with a mention of Ramesh Kumar's background as criminal lawyer. "It is important that the speaker is proficient in his knowledge of the Constitution. Special congratulations to you," he says.
Siddaramaiah also remember former speaker Bantwal Vaikunta Baliga for his style of functioning as a speaker
12.48 pm: "Role of assembly, council and parliament extremely vital in the functioning of democracy": Siddaramaiah
12.45 pm: Former chief minister and Congress legislative party leader Siddaramaiah addresses the house
12.41 pm: "I had urged the opposition to look at the speaker's post as an apolitical one and I am happy that the opposition did so. I thank Suresh Kumar for backing out. I congratulate the speaker": Dr Parameshwara.
12.41 pm: Deputy CM Dr Parameshawara addresses assembly.
12.39 pm: "Even though BJP's Suresh Kumar submitted his nomination for speaker's post, we decided to withdraw his candidature to uphold the dignity of the speaker's position. The post of the speaker is apolitical. I hope you (Ramesh Kumar) have a great stint and we hope to conduct ourselves in the requisite manner": Yeddyurappa
12.28 pm: B S Yeddyurappa addresses the assembly.
12.36 pm: "I hope that Ramesh Kumar fulfills his duty as speaker as he did from 1994-1999. Of the 221 MLAs elected, there are new MLAs and a number of women legislators. I hope that Ramesh Kumar guides them with his experience. I congratulate Ramesh Kumar on being elected the speaker": Kumaraswamy.
12.30 pm: "There were questions about the question marks over the young age of the Ramesh Kumar in his earlier stint as speaker, but the fact that Ramesh Kumar has gone on to become minister and now speaker again is a proof of his calibre": Kumaraswamy.
12.29 pm: Kumaraswamy congratulates new speaker, thanks the house for electing Ramesh Kumar.
12.26 pm: Chief minister Kumaraswamy addresses assembly after speaker election.
12.26 pm: K R Ramesh Kumar takes the speaker chair. Yeddyurappa goes over to congratulate him.
12.24 pm: K R Ramesh Kumar elected speaker of Karnataka assembly unapposed.
12.22 pm: Proceedings begin with pro-tem speaker K G Bopaiah presiding.
12.14 pm: MLAs take their seats in the assembly. First the election of the speaker will be held, then the trust vote.
12.09 pm: "The 117 MLAs of Congress and JD(S) are present in full strength. We expect the speaker election to go smoothly. I am confident that our government will be stable and last for five full years. There is a coalition dharma to be followed - we should respect each other and communicate. Kumaraswamy himself has admitted that he will not repeat the mistakes of the past alliance": R V Deshpande to NDTV.
12.08 pm: "Congress-JD(S) alliance will not last for more than three months. Many MLAs are unhappy with the alliance": Yeddyurappa.
12.01 pm: Kumaraswamy to JD(S) MLAs at party legislative meet: "I am pained by the fact that we kept you away from your families, but resort politics is inevitable at time like this. I am thankful to every MLA for staying united. Our efforts will bear fruit today."
12 noon: BJP MLAs arrive at Vidhana Soudha by bus from Shangri La hotel.
11.54 am: "We expect Congress MLAs to rebel," says BJP leader Shobha Karandlaje.
11.53 am: "Confident of winning floor test, I have no tension," says CM Kumaraswamy.
11.49 am: "Reports that D K Shivakumar is unhappy are nothing but rumours. He is extremely involved and busy in his role in the party": Congress Karnataka in-charge K C Venugopal.
11.42 am: Ramesh Kumar of Congress and BJP's Suresh Kumar in race for speaker's post. Proceedings to begin at 12.30 pm.
11.31 am: "JD(S) is out to destroy Congress, hence I won't talk about the Congress. My battle is only against H D Kumaraswamy and JD(S). If he fails to waive farmers' loans, BJP will strongly protest": former CM B S Yeddyurappa
11.30 am: Congress MLAs and leaders in Vidhana Soudha for crucial floor test of Congress-JD(S) alliance.