Janata Dal (Secular) boss HD Kumaraswamy asserted “horse-exchanging” in the Karnataka Rajya Sabha races guaranteeing that Congress chief Siddaramaiah was compressing JDS MLAs to not decide in favor of their own party but rather that of the applicant of the fabulous old party.
Bengaluru: Janata Dal (Secular) boss HD Kumaraswamy on Friday (June 10) seems to have neglected to hold his MLAs together as one of the administrators from his party, K Srinivasa Gowda, said that he casted a ballot for Congress as the surveying for the four Rajya Sabha seats from Karnataka is in progress.
In the wake of making his choice, Gowda said, “I have decided in favor of Congress.. since I love it.”
Prior, Kumaraswamy asserted “horse-exchanging” in the Karnataka Rajya Sabha decisions guaranteeing that Congress chief Siddaramaiah was compressing JDS MLAs to not decide in favor of their own party but rather that of the competitor of the fantastic old party. “Indeed, certainly. He is compressing them not to decide in favor of JD(S),” Kumaraswamy told media people on being gotten some information about Siddaramaiah’s cases that some JD(S) MLAs were in contact with him.
The previous Karnataka boss clergyman likewise called attention to that Siddaramaiah had discredited charges of composing an open letter to JDS MLAs mentioning them to project their “soul vote” for his party’s competitor. “Today, before nearby media he (Siddaramaiah) has said that he didn’t keep in touch with my MLAs. He had even tweeted the letter from his web-based entertainment account. Presently, he’s denying what he said yesterday. This shows his twofold guidelines,” ANI cited the JD(S) pioneer as saying.
Kumaraswamy affirmed that BJP general secretary CT Ravi was spotted entering the Congress office in Karnataka, adding “CT Ravi is BJP general secretary, so how could he enter Congress office? This shows that CT Ravi went to meet Siddaramaiah for his participation in the triumph of the BJP up-and-comer.”
The previous Karnataka prior oozed certainty that JD(S) as of now has 30-31 votes in the Rajya Sabha races, adding “We have certainty that we have 30-31 votes. JD(S) K Srinivasa Gowda has communicated that he will decide in favor of Congress. Presently, let us see.”
JD(S) has handled business person and social laborer Kupendra Reddy as its most memorable competitor in the Rajya Sabha political decision, while the Congress had handled Mansoor Ali Khan as its second possibility to corner the JD(S) and sending Kupendra Reddy to the Rajya Sabha bid.
A day in front of the surveying on Thursday, Kumaraswamy encouraged Congress to give its second particular votes to JDS, to overcome BJP. Strikingly, six applicants are in the conflict for four Rajya Sabha seats from Karnataka.