Claims are being made that Karnataka’s Siddaramaiah government will fall soon. (PTI)
After Chhattisgarh, now everyone’s eyes are on the announcement of new Chief Ministers in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, while claims are being made that political turmoil will again intensify in the southern state of Karnataka. Former Chief Minister of the state and Janata Dal Secular (JDS) leader HD Kumaraswamy has claimed that the Congress government in Karnataka is not going to last long and will fall very soon. An influential minister of the state is preparing to join BJP along with more than 50 MLAs.
Former Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy made a big claim in Hassan on Sunday that the Congress government in Karnataka could fall any time after next year’s Lok Sabha elections, saying that a senior party minister had accused some senior leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party at the national level. Have discussed with. He can change the party with 50 to 60 MLAs. An ‘influential minister’ of the ruling Congress is set to join BJP soon as he is desperate to escape ‘cases’ filed against him by the Centre. He is currently ‘talking’ with BJP leaders on this matter.
Everything is not right in the government: Kumaraswamy
JDS leader Kumaraswamy claimed, “Everything is not going well in the Congress government of the state. Although I don’t know when this government will go. But an influential minister is desperate to avoid cases against him.” The former Chief Minister also said that the Center has registered some such cases against him in which there is no possibility of his ‘survival’.
When HD Kumaraswamy was asked to name that influential leader, he said that small leaders cannot be expected to take such ‘bold’ steps. Only ‘influential people’ can do things like this. JDS state president also predicted that anything can happen after the Lok Sabha elections. Something similar to what happened in Maharashtra can happen here also.
No leader is honest: Kumaraswamy
Former Chief Minister and JDS leader Kumaraswamy said, “Given the current political environment, anything can happen here.” He also said that no leader is now honest or committed to the party. They also look at their personal benefits. This has always happened in politics. When a politician switches parties for his convenience, the ideologies are left behind.
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