Congress leader Kharge blames BJP behind Karnataka political crisis

Congress leader Kharge blames BJP behind Karnataka political crisis

Agency News

Bengaluru, Jul 7 : Charging that the Central BJP leaders and the Union government was directly behind the destabilising the democratically elected government in Karnataka, Senior Congress leader Mallikarjuna Kharge expressed confidence that disgruntled Congress and JD(S) MLAs, will have a rethink on decision to resign to the Assembly.
Speaking to newsmen here on Sunday, he said that “I am trying to reach out to the disgruntled Congress MLAs, and hear their grievances”.

Maintaining that the BJP government at the centre as well as State BJP leaders in Karnataka was behind the resignations of the Congress and the JD(S) MLAs, he said that “It is a well known fact that the disgruntled MLAs, were flown out from Karnataka to Mumbai in a special flight arranged by the BJP leaders”.

Accusing that the BJP is trying to destabilise all the Non-BJP state governments in the country, he said that “So far the BJP leaders had succeeded in toppling as many as 14 non-BJP governments.”

Expressing apprehension that democracy itself is at stake in the country, he said, “It is unfair on the part of the BJP leaders, who were not stomaching the fact over regional parties as well as non-BJP national parties coming to power”.

Referring to the political crisis in Karnataka, he said that “the Assembly session has been convened on 12th of this month, let us see how many disgruntled MLAs, would violate the whip”.

He also expressed confidence that the disgruntled MLAs, whose resignations are yet to be accepted by the Speaker, may change their decisions, and turn the table on BJP. (UNI)