HD Kumaraswami can resign from CM’s post

HD Kumarswamy

New Delhi: Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy has warned congressional leaders that he does not cross the Lakshman Rekha line. He said before the media that he was ready to resign from the post of Chief Minister on Monday. He said that Congress leaders are crossing the limits. The Congress party should keep its MLAs under control. The experts believe that everything in the coalition government is not doing well.

On the other hand, Congress party has told MLA ST Somashekar to issue a show-cause notice on his statement. It is noteworthy that on Sunday, a supporter of Siddaramaiah MLA and newly appointed BDA chairman ST Somashekar had accused HD Kumaraswamy government of not doing any development work so far. He also said that he still considers Siddaramayya as his Chief Minister. Minister MTB Nagraj and Puttan Shetty were also present in this program. He had said that the coalition government in the state has been seven months but nothing has happened in the name of development. If Siddaramaiah had met five years as the Chief Minister, then we could see the development in the right way.

Karnataka: ‘3 MLA’ of Congress can still go missing


New Delhi. The issue of government in Karnataka. Three vidhayak of Congress are still missing in the middle of a walk in the last one week. These missing MLAs have further increased the concern of the Congress. After making the BJP’s Operation Lotus a failure, the Congress convened an important meeting of MLA’s in Bangalore on Friday. But suspicions are still on the arrival of three missing MLAs.

Congress Party leader and former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said that he had asked Ramesh to call his brother Satish. Until now, it does not seem that it seems to be of any benefit. The point of concern for the Congress is that Ramesh is missing since Tuesday. Two other legislators, who were hiding along with him on Wednesday, returned to Bangalore and could join the Congress meeting.

G.Parmeshwar said, the leader of the Legislative Party Siddaramaiah has called the meeting. We will discuss the Lok Sabha elections and other issues there. It will also present a discussion on the political photo of the state. All the legislators will be attending the meeting, which will also be what you (media) are dissatisfied. Let me tell you that on Monday, there was a stir in Karnataka politics when such a report came that BJP is reportedly trying to drop the seven-month state government.