New Delhi, May 22: The Supreme Court on Tuesday, refused to give an early hearing into the plea filed by the Hindu Mahasabha that challenged HD Kumarswamy from forming the government in Karnataka. In its plea filed through lawyer Barun Kumar Sinha, the Hindu Mahasabha had stated that appointment of Kumaraswamy as the Karnataka CM was unconstitutional.Also Read - Supreme Court to Allow Journalists Inside Courtrooms in Physical Proceedings

The Hindu Mahasabha had challenged the appointment of Congress-JD(S) alliance candidate HD Kumarswamy as the Karnataka Chief Minister. The Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha (ABHM) moved to the apex court to oppose Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala’s decision of calling Kumaraswamy to form government in the state. Also Read - Rejoice! No More RT-PCR Checks For International Travellers at Karnataka Airports

The Hindu Mahasabha went to the SC last evening with this plea. The Karnataka political drama refuses to cease with each day bringing a new turn of events. This comes after the crucial floor test on May 19, in which BJP had to prove its majority in the state. The Supreme Court had ordered a live telecast of the floor test in the Karnataka Assembly after there was much hullabaloo over the result of the Karnataka election. Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa resigned prior to facing the trust vote in the Karnataka Assembly. Also Read - Newly Constructed 7-Floor Police Quarter Building in Bengaluru Tilts Due to Wide Crack

The Karnataka Elections were held on May 12 and the results were out on May 15  for the 222 constituencies out of the state’s 224 seats. BJP got the majority of seats, that is, 104 seats, while the Congress won 78 seats and announced an alliance with JD(S) which got 37 seats.