Bengaluru, Jul 25: The Karnataka care taker Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Thursday felt that in the present political scenario it is difficult to expect a stable government in the State.
Speaking to newsmen after meeting with the senior Congress leader and former Minister Ramalinga Reddy on Thursday, he said that “no political party in a position to provide a stable government”. Referring to his meeting with Reddy, who had earlier resigned to his Assembly seat along with other 15 rebel Congress members who are yet to withdraw their resignation, he said that “Ramainga Reddy had agreed to withdraw his resignation following our request and to express my gratitude I met him today”.
Meanwhile, Karnataka Assembly Speaker, Ramesh Kumar expressed apprehension that the State is going to witness Constitutional crisis, as Finance bill is yet to get the nod of the Karnataka Assembly. Referring to the pending decisions on the resignations of the rebel MLAs, he said that “I had given notice to appear before me, but the MLAs did not turn up. If the present stalemate continues, the State may go for President’s rule” he said.(UNI)