Congress-JDS Coalition Will Not Work: Yeddyurappa
Portraying the Congress-JDS coalition regulation in Karnataka as a center of infighting and disarray, BJP state president B S Yeddyurappa Friday communicated questions over the administration's continuation after the Lok Sabha elections.
The BJP leader made the comment in Hubballi when gotten some information about the Twitter war between chief minister H D Kumaraswamy and former chief minister Siddaramaiah on Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge turning into the chief minister.
Kumaraswamy's comment that Kharge ought to have been offered the top post sometime in the past had set off a Twitter banter among him and Siddaramaiah, who is additionally the decision coalition coordination board of trustees’ chief.
In light of Kumaraswamy, Siddaramaiah had proposed that Kumaraswamy senior sibling H D Revanna excessively was very competent to lead the state as chief minister. Yeddyurappa stated, "Congress and JD(S) have turned into a center point of quarreling.
What will individuals think when Siddaramaiah says Revanna ought to be the chief minister and afterward Kumaraswamy counters him that Kharge ought to have been the chief minister... It resembles betraying the majority."
The BJP leader was sure that the general population of Kundgol and Chincholi would show the two parties a befitting exercise for "betraying" them and making disarray.
To an inquiry on the following chief minister, Yeddyurappa stated, "The inquiry will emerge when the administration endures. Future relies upon the consequences of the Lok Sabha election and the two by-polls (Chincholi and Kundgolassembly segments).
After the election, there will be a change in legislative issues (in Karnataka). I don't think Congress and JD(S) will proceed for long in the administration." Predicting BJPs triumph in the Lok Sabha election, Yeddyurappa said Narendra Modi would return as prime minister again and the election results will have a course on Karnataka.