The Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to urgently hear a petition filed by Hindu Mahasabha.
The outfit had described the coalition of the two parties, Congress and the Janata Dal (Secular) as opportunistic.
The outfit had challenged the Karnataka governor’s invitation to the Congress and the Janata Dal (Secular) to constitute a new government.
This came about when the BJP led by BS Yeddyurappa could not form a government.
The petition had demanded that the top court cancel the order in which Governor Vajubhai Vala invited the alliance to form a government.
The top court will now hear the matter for a regular hearing.
HD Kumaraswamy, the legislative party leader of the JD (S) is scheduled to be sworn in as Karnataka’s chief minister on Wednesday.
It need be recalled that the Supreme Court intervened twice in the run up to Yeddyurappa skipping trust vote in the assembly and resigning.