Right now I’m, not thinking anything about Chief Minister seat: Kharge
Reacting to Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy who had as of late said that senior Congressman M. Mallikarjun Kharge ought to have been the Chief Minister and the open discussion that pursued with the reaction and counter-reaction by leaders crosswise over ideological groups, Mr. Kharge said that he would neither think a lot of nor talk anything about it.
In his short collaboration with media delegates outside his living arrangement in Kalaburagi on Friday morning, the Congress veteran said that either his party central leadership or anyone in the State had ever requested that I possess the Chief Minister post.
"I don't think or talk much on the issue. Our central leadership did not request that I become Chief Minister. Nor did anyone here [in the State] ask me to [occupy the Chief Minister's seat]. The subject of who ought to be Chief Minister would not emerge as [H.D.] Kumaraswamy is filling in as Chief Minister of the alliance government. I can't comprehend why the inquiry emerges on numerous occasions and bantered in the media again and again. It isn't great to extend the issue with everyone reacting to an announcement made by an individual in a specific setting. The announcement made by someone in some setting ought to be finished there itself. In the event that everyone begins remarking and counter-remarking on it, it would make ill will among leaders and ruin the climate in the party. Will perceive what choice the central leadership would take," he said.
Reacting on the issue later in the day while tending to the media, Deputy Chief Minister and Congress leader G. Parameshwar said that H.D. Kumaraswamy would proceed as the Chief Minister of the alliance government for the staying four years.
At the point when gotten some information about Congress Legislative Party leader and Chairman of Congress-JD(S) Coordination Committee Siddaramaiah's tweet on the issue, Mr. Parameshwar said that his party did not get humiliated with the Tweet.