I never met Kharge for Mallikarjun CM post-Siddaramaiah dismissed reports of some noisy exchanges among the party leaders when discussing the choice of candidates on Monday.
Former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah alleged here on Tuesday that he was nevermore against senior Congress leader, Mallikarjun Kharge growing Chief Minister as claimed by J.D. (S) supremo, H.D. Deve Gowda.
Speaking to journalists in Vijayapur, he replied,” It is incorrect to say that I opposed the idea of Kharge becoming Chief Minister. The decision to form the J.D. (S)-Congress our high command took the coalition government. The party leaders addressed me only after they decided with Deve Gowda. We had to form the government with the J.D. (S) to prevent the public BJP from getting to rule in the state.”
On selection of applicants for the coming by-elections to 15 assembly clients, he said the list of the living seven candidates would be achieved on Wed after the Supreme Court noted its judgment on the appeal of the barred legislators.
I never met Kharge for Mallikarjun CM post-Mr Siddaramaiah dismissed reports of some big exchanges among the party leaders when considering the selection of candidates on Monday.
Accusing Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa of masterminding Operation Lotus, he charged that he had shaped his government by “buying” the fifteen rebel legislators of the Congress and J.D. (S).
“But we tend to aren’t concerned operational Hastha. They must 1st concentrate on stopping those that area unit deserting the BJP to affix the Congress. Some leaders from the ruling party can be part of USA,” he added.
Later, addressing a Congress programme on the economic policies of the Union government in Vijayapur, Mr Siddaramaiah claimed the BJP was contesting elections solely on emotional problems while not attempting to seek out solutions to the issues of the poor and idle.
“The cancellation of tipu tree Jayanti and mass transfers of officers area unit the sole two achievements of the government once it came to power,” the previous chief minister maintained.