“Cant Keep quiet now” - Deve Gowda
Deve Gowda Father of Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, is not happy with what is going on in Karnataka Politics. He expels his feelings in front of media.
Deve Gowda said, “ I am in pain, today six months have completed since Kumaraswamy became chief minister. All kinds of things have happened in these 6 months, till now I have not opened my mouth but I can't keep quiet now.”
"Is this the way to run a coalition government, where every day you have to request your coalition partner to not give unparliamentary remarks," the former Prime Minister said.
Simultaneously CM Kumaraswamy urged everyone to believe him, as there is break in Congress – JD(s) alliance.
I'm telling you all and people of the state to have belief in me. Yes, I said yesterday that I will resign due to certain developments. Few people are talking against me which is why I had said so," Kumaraswamy said on Thursday.
Congress MLA’s S T Somashekhar and MTB Nagaraj scrutinize EX-CM Siddharamaiah as their leader.
However, Kumaraswamy pointing to Congress MLA’s said, “I am ready to quit if my style of functioning is not acceptable to anyone. The Congress must control its MLAs and resolve the issues. If they remark against me frequently in open meetings, I am willing to step down."
Meanwhile, State Congress warned its MLA’s not to be against Chief Minister.
Post originally appeared:TimesofIndia.