New Delhi: In Karnataka, the Congress-JDS coalition government is not taking the name of the shortage. Two Independent MLAs yesterday withdrew support to the HD Kumaraswamy government. Now sources have claimed that 13 MLAs of Congress-JDS are in touch with BJP. Among all, a BJP leader has claimed that the government will fall in Karnataka in the next two days.
Maharashtra’s water conservation, protocol and OBC minister Ram Shinde said, “The people of Karnataka (in 2018) had given a mandate in support of BJP, but we remained less than a few points (from making the government). Since the Congress-JDS coalition is unstable, there are indications that (Kumaraswamy) government will fall in two days. ”
All 104 MLAs of BJP stayed in a resort in the district of Noah, Haryana, near the National Capital, Delhi. Congress-JDS on BJP and BJP is accusing Congress-JDS of purchasing of legislators.
H Nagesh (Independent) and R Shankar (KPJP), written to Karnataka Governor Vajubhaiwala, announced their withdrawal of support with immediate effect. Recently, Shankar was removed from the minister’s post in the Cabinet reshuffle, while Nagesh was angry with not making the minister. Both MLAs are staying at one hotel in Mumbai. After withdrawing support of both, the number of MLAs supporting the government in the Karnataka Legislative Assembly has now increased to 118. There are 224 seats in the province and 113 seats are required to form the government.
‘No threat to government’
Chief Minister Kumaraswamy said that his government is stable and ‘he is completely safe’. He said, “I am enjoying whatever is being shown from our Kannada (TV) channels in the last one week.” ‘
JDS leader, while taking a dig at BJP, said, “What is going to happen? If the two independents (MLAs) also announce the support (BJP), what will be the number? I am completely satisfied. ”
After this incident, Congress General Secretary K.C. Venugopal held a meeting with former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Deputy Chief Minister God, senior minister DK Shivakumar, Home Minister MB Patil and other party functionaries. Later in the interaction with the reporters, the Chief Minister said, “The media is making a lot of noise about this ‘Operation Lotus’.”
He said, “There is no threat to the government. I enjoy the programs shown on the news channels like serials like threats to the government. “Former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda also said that nothing will happen to his son-led government. He said, “It is not in the hands of anybody including the media.”
He said, “When 38 MLAs of one party receive the blessings of a national party (Congress), it is dependent on the will of God.” Devgowda has declared Rs 60 crore to the legislators of ruling coalition from BJP Prime Minister Narendra Modi also criticized the allegations of being offered a ministerial post.
He said, “Does it feel good that a National Party (BJP) is keeping its 104 MLAs in a safe place? I am not talking about Amit Shah, but I am talking about Modi who talks a lot of things throughout the day.
Meanwhile, Congress General Secretary KC Venugopal rejected the backing of two MLAs, rejecting the threat of any threat to Karnataka’s HD Kumaraswamy government on Tuesday, and said that the ‘Ghanioni and Galje’ efforts of BJP of procurement of MLAs Despite the coalition government will continue.
Venugopal alleged that BJP is offering ‘lots of things’ to the ruling Congress-JDS alliance legislators to change the party. The Congress general secretary said, “We are sure that the Kumaraswamy government will continue. They are offering a lot of things to our MLAs, but we are very confident. ”
Venugopal said, “We are in touch with all our legislators. Our people are with us. Our government will continue. “Party sources said that Congress has convened a meeting of all its legislators on Wednesday to consider the latest developments.
BJP MLAs are hired in Haryana’s hotels
Apart from senior leaders like BJP’s state president BS Yeddyurappa, former chief minister Jagdish Shettar and Shobha Karandlaj, 104 MLAs of the party have been staying in the ITC Grand India Resort in Hasanpur Tauru in Nooh district of Haryana since Monday. Sources said BJP MLAs have been appointed in the resort so that they can be saved from the efforts of the Congress-JDS alliance to buy and sell. Shettar said, “We are staying in the resort. We do not know how long we will stay here. ”
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Yeddyurappa dismissed reports that the BJP is trying to “Operation Lotus” to drop the Karnataka government. He said that there is no truth in it and the Congress-JDS coalition is trying to woo opposition legislators.
In the 224-member state assembly, there are 104 BJP candidates, Congress 79, JDS 37, BSP, one each from KPJP and an independent legislator as well as assembly speaker.