Karnataka CM, once again, alleges Yeddyurappa tries to derail the state government
Once again, Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy has come out publically, alleging that BJP strongman B S Yeddyurappa has tried to derail the state government.
The CM has released an audio tape which allegedly contains the conversation between the BJP strongman and a son of a JD(S) MLA.
Mr Kumaraswamy has claimed that Mr Yeddyurappa has tried to influence his colleagues by offering them money and political positions.
Meanwhile, the BJP leader has rejected the allegation. He has dared the state government to prove the argument.
The new developments indicate that the JD(S) and Congress combination is very worried about the political condition of the state. In both JD(S) and Congress, there are several unhappy members. Both parties expect a setback at any moment.
Experts say that it is the ruling insecurity that prompts them to regularly shoot allegation against its opposition.
If the BJP retrains its power in centre, the present regime of Karnataka is less likely to last beyond the upcoming general election.
It’s clear by now that it will not take much effort to topple the regime. What is it that binds the JD(S) with the Congress at present is its belief that a Congress led front will emerge in the centre post the general election.
Vignesh. S. G
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