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“Lost goodwill of people by joining hands with Cong”: H D Kumaraswamy

“Lost goodwill of people by joining hands with Cong” H D Kumaraswamy

“Lost goodwill of people by joining hands with Cong”: H D KumaraswamyH.D. Kumaraswamy. (Express Photo By Anil Sharma 09-08-2011)JD(S) chief H D Kumaraswamy on Saturday mentioned joining hands with the Congress and forming coalition authorities with the get together has destroyed the goodwill that he had earned from the people of the state and maintained for 12 years. The former Chief Minister mentioned, he fell to the “trap” and accused Congress chief Siddaramaiah of a conspiracy, as he said that even BJP had not “betrayed” him to that degree.

Hitting again, Siddaramaiah mentioned Kumaraswamy was an “expert in lying” and shedding tears was his household’s tradition. “The goodwill that I had earned from the people of the state in 2006-07 (as CM) and which I had maintained for 12 years despite the big campaign against me for not transferring power to BJP, everything got destroyed by joining hands with the Congress,” Kumaraswamy mentioned.

Speaking to reporters in Mysuru, he mentioned he shouldn’t have joined hands with Congress which had campaigned in opposition to the JD(S) calling it BJP’s ‘B team’, however as a result of of get together supremo H D Deve Gowda’s insistence he agreed to type the coalition authorities.

“It has now led to my party losing its strength….I fell to the trap, to emotional feelings of Deve Gowda because of which my party that had won 28-40 seats independently in the last three elections is suffering, ” he mentioned. He maintained that joining with Congress was the rationale for the downfall of his get together and his private goodwill.

Kumaraswamy nonetheless clarified that he was not blaming Gowda for it, as he is aware of and respects his father’s lifelong dedication in direction of secular id. With no get together getting a transparent majority within the 2018 meeting polls, Congress-JD(S), which had fought in opposition to one another through the election, joined hands to type a authorities with Kumaraswamy as Chief Minister to maintain BJP out of energy.

However following the rout within the Lok Sabha polls, which each events fought in alliance, inside variations cropped up and because of riot by some MLAs the coalition authorities collapsed final 12 months, and since then Congress and JD(S) leaders have been blaming one another for it. Siddaramaiah in his rebuttal requested if there was a goodwill for Kumaraswamy guilty Congress for him shedding it.

“Kumaraswamy is an expert in lying, he can lie according to the situation for the sake of politics…was making him Chief Minister despite JD(S) having 37 seats our fault? Shedding tears is the culture of the Deve Gowda family, nothing new in it, they can shed for appeasement or to make someone believe,” he added.

Kumaraswamy, whereas responding to Siddaramaiah’s latest assertion that there’s at all times an inside understanding between JD(S) and BJP citing his conferences with Yediyurappa twice within the final couple of months, mentioned the CLP chief ought to cease making such baseless allegations. “I meet openly, not in disguise…don’t I know whom he (Siddaramaiah) met recently?” Kumaraswamy mentioned, including that if he had such an understanding with the BJP he would have continued because the Chief Minister.

BJP and JD(S) had earlier shaped a coalition authorities in 2006 with Kumaraswamy as Chief Minister and Yediyurappa as his deputy, below a power-sharing components of 20 months every. However, the federal government had collapsed as JD(S) didn’t switch energy to BJP, which later went on to win the subsequent meeting elections and type its first ever authorities within the south

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