Attacking the ruling Congress just before the assembly session began, former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy said a “cash for transfer” industry was running in the state. There was corruption in the previous government as well and there is corruption in this government also.
Ever since senior Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) rebel leader Ajit Pawar joined the ruling BJP-Shiv Sena government in Maharashtra, there are growing apprehensions of similar political changes taking place in many other parties and states as well. Are. Lok Sabha elections are also to be held next year in 2024. In such a situation, all parties have become active to settle accounts and maintain unity with their allies and opponents. At present, the former Chief Minister of Karnataka, Janata Dal (Secular) leader HD Kumaraswamy has created a stir by claiming that a Maharashtra-like situation is being created there too.
Kumaraswamy predicts fall of Karnataka government within a year
He said he was worried that an Ajit Pawar faction might emerge in Karnataka as well. HD Kumaraswamy also predicted that the Karnataka government would fall within a year. However, he refused to name who would be Ajit Pawar in Karnataka. It also said that the country’s oldest party Congress is not fulfilling its responsibility properly. This is the reason why a strong opposition is not being formed.
There is not one but many chief ministers in the government, the battle of ego continues
In the recently held assembly elections in Karnataka, the Congress party came to power with an absolute majority. Regarding this government, Kumaraswamy expressed apprehension that there is not one but many chief ministers in it. Because of this, the battle of ego within the party has intensified. Kumaraswamy believes that the government has definitely changed in the state, but the attitude remains the same.
Attacking the ruling Congress just before the assembly session began, former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy said a “cash for transfer” industry was running in the state. There was corruption in the previous government as well and there is corruption in this government also. Officers are being transferred arbitrarily. Kumaraswamy alleged that the gang of transferees collect money like GST. The JDS leader also said that there is nothing like this in the departments, rather all the departments are immersed in such corruption. Swamy told that YST collection is going on like GST.
Kumaraswamy said that his party has not been invited in the exercise of forming a grand alliance of opposition parties against the Modi government that started in Bihar. Therefore, he or any member of his party will not participate in it.