Like each huge improvement, the Karnataka political show has likewise propelled numerous web-based social networking jokes, images, and WhatsApp messages. One of them included in the present Supreme Court hearing, in which BJP’s BS Yeddyurappa was requested to take a trust vote by 4 pm on Saturday.
It was raised by one of the three judges hearing the Congress request of testing the senator’s choice to welcome Mr Yeddyurappa to frame government.
Justice AK Sikri, who was heading the bench, wrapped up a tense hearing by referring lightly to a WhatsApp forward.
Justice Sikri commented, “We are getting a WhatsApp message which says the hotel owner saying he has 116 MLAs, make me the CM.”
The joke was something like this:
“Hello, is this the Governor’s office?”
“I have got 113 MLAs with me. Will you make me the CM (Chief Minister)?”
“Who is this?”
“I am the owner of the Hotel where they are hidden.”
Who says Yeddy Gov't in Karnataka doesn't have the numbers.
1: 104 BJP MLA'S
7:Anjana Om Kashyap + 15 other Cheer Leader Anchors of GODI MEDIA. MITRON if this is not Majority then what is? #FloorTest 😬😬😬😬
— Razman Brar (@millsandboons) May 18, 2018
I guess it's called #FloorTest because it is as low as one can go.
— Ramesh Srivats (@rameshsrivats) May 18, 2018
— Dr Luttapi (@Mayavi101) May 18, 2018
Hilarious. During #Karnataka hearing in Supreme Court moments ago.
Former AG Mukul Rohatgi: Congress has locked up people in a resort.
Justice Sikri: Yes, we read a joke on whatsapp that the resort owner may stake claim to form Govt as he has majority MLAs with him. 😂
— Aditya Raj Kaul (@AdityaRajKaul) May 18, 2018
Newly Elected MLAs in #Karnataka –
99% of all Congress MLAs are crorepatis
98% of all BJP MLAs are crorepatis
95% of all JDS MLAs are crorepatis
Now you know why bidding starts from 100 crores minimum.
— Dhruv Rathee (@dhruv_rathee) May 17, 2018
— Attraversiamo !!! (@i_upasana) May 16, 2018
Yeddyurappa had asked for seven days time to prove majority. Governor gives him fifteen days to prove majority. Ek ke saath, ek free? #KarnatakaElections2018
— Zakka Jacob (@Zakka_Jacob) May 16, 2018
But after elections, he has failed to tell what the S in JD(S) stands for??
Janata Dal (Sonia) or Janata Dal (Siddaramaiah) or Janata Dal (Spandana)??
— Avinash B Avarebeel (@AvinashCKM) May 18, 2018
Till they reach your home, touch your body, snatch your livelihood and burn your dreams… You can lean back in your chair, at the comfort of your home and comment about climate change!#KarnatakaElections2018 #SaveDemocracy pic.twitter.com/nEdzzHtL4v
— Revathy (@RevathyNS) May 17, 2018