Yeddyurappa directs police to arrange elaborate security

At a high level meeting of top police officials, Yeddyurappa asked them to take steps to ensure trouble-free proceedings and not to allow any non-member into the House against the backdrop of ugly scenes that marred the October 11 assembly session.

Disqualified independent MLAs had managed to gain entry into the House on that day while some MLCs of the ruling BJP, who are ministers, were found seated.

Speaking to the press after the meeting, Yeddyurappa said he had directed the police to take required security measures.

The Chief Minister said he would concentrate on proving the majority of his government on which he had "confidence" and leave the aspects of "hatching conspiracy" if any to the opposition parties.

For the second time in four days, Yeddyurappa will be seeking a vote of confidence tomorrow to prove his majority in the House after a controversial trust vote triggered a political storm prompting Governor H R Bhradwaj to seek clamping of President's Rule.

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