Karnataka Congress: Before the swearing in of the Chief Minister in Karnataka, a split has started in the Congress. With the tussle between Siddaramaiah and DK Shivakumar over the CM’s post coming to an end, resentment has started among other party leaders. The Congress tried its level best to save the rebellion in the party. Meanwhile, Karnataka Congress veteran leader G Parameshwara has given a big statement. He has expressed displeasure over the party’s decision. He said that there was a demand for a Dalit Chief Minister in Karnataka. Along with this, he said that he could have handled the power of Karnataka better. There are signs of rebellion in the statement of God. He said that there was a demand for a Dalit Chief Minister in Karnataka.
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Let us tell you that after the victory of Congress in Karnataka, there was a fierce tussle between Siddaramaiah and DK Shivakumar for the post of Chief Minister. The Congress high command was successful in convincing both the leaders and has decided to make Siddaramaiah the CM of Karnataka. At the same time, DK Shivakumar was persuaded for the post of Deputy CM, but another big leader of the party has raised questions on the decision of the high command.
Former Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka G Parameshwara said that the decision of Siddaramaiah to make CM and Shivakumar as Deputy CM has hurt the Dalit community. Expressing displeasure, he said that the demand for a Dalit CM was high in Karnataka, but the party’s decision has hurt the Dalit community. He said that I too could run the government. Parameshwara said that if not the CM, at least I should have been made the Deputy Chief Minister.
Significantly, the Congress has won the Karnataka assembly elections with an absolute majority. In Karnataka, out of 224 assembly seats, the Congress has captured 135 seats, while the Bharatiya Janata Party was reduced to only 66 seats. In Karnataka, a party has registered this big victory after 34 years.