Original BJP not running Karnataka government: DK Shivakumar

Original BJP not running Karnataka government: DK Shivakumar

DK Shivakumar claimed that there were a lot of issues within the ruling party.

Bangalore:

Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar on Sunday said there is a coalition government in the state and it is not being run by the “original BJP”.

Speaking to ANI, the state Congress president said, “This is not the original Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MLA government, it is a government of all party MLAs, it is a coalition government in the state.”

He claimed that there are a lot of issues within the ruling party as those who have switched from Congress and JD(S) to BJP have more than 60 per cent government, and longtime party loyalists feel they are being sidelined. Used to be. ,

Shivakumar said, “There is a fear in the BJP that there are too many internal problems, that is why their national leaders are coming and discussing again and again. The original BJP is not running this government, it is a coalition government. “

He further said that Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has come from a different party and among those who have come with the CM from Janata Dal, about 30 percent, Congress 30 percent and BJP (original) about 30 percent.

“Basavaraj Bommai came from a different party, those who came with CM from Janata Dal are around 30 per cent, those who have gone from Congress are 30 per cent and BJP is about 30 per cent. There are a lot of internal issues and origins. There is a lot of scarcity and fear among them as BJP, people feel that the government is being run by outsiders who came during Operation Kamal,” Mr Shivakumar told ANI.

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