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Congress-JDS Government Will Fall Due to Internal Rivalry – Kota Srinivas Poojary

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Congress-JDS Government Will Fall Due to Internal Rivalry – Kota Srinivas Poojary

Udupi: Opposition leader in the legislative council Kota Srinivas Poojary said that the Congress-JD(S) coalition government in the state will fall due to internal Rivalry.

He was replying to the media persons in Udupi on Monday, January 28. Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy’s Statement that he was ready to step down as the Chief Minister.

Today the chief minister said in Bengaluru that the Congress MLA’s were not supporting him to run the coalition government and that he was ready to step down from the CM’s post. When the government is getting ready to present the state budget, the chief minister’s statement shows that the Congress-JD(S) coalition government has totally failed in the state. The present coalition government does not deserve to rule the state as it has failed to govern properly for the past eight months. The JD(S)-Congress government in the state “cannot survive” its full five-year term and will fall on its own due to internal conflicts. It is against the wishes of the people and mandate given by the people of the state. If the chief minister is going to tender his resignation then we are not objecting him, he said.

He further said that the people of Karnataka are not happy with the functioning of the Coalition Government. Some Congress legislators, including Cabinet ministers, publicly said that Congress Legislature Party leader Siddaramaiah was their chief minister. This type of statement clearly shows that there is no support for Kumaraswamy. The BJP is not trying to topple the government. It will fall on its own. We are waiting and watching.


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  1. Your dear leader Yeddy can not even arrange for a piss up in a brewery, let alone toppling the coalition.

    Until he retires from the state politics, Karnataka BJP will always remain the bridesmaid, never the bride.

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