BANGALORE: While denying any sort of differences brewing within the state Congress, the Opposition leader in the Karnataka Assembly Siddaramaiah has predicted the early fall of the BJP government in the state. Speaking to newsmen here on Monday after his return from Australia, Siddaramaiah described the state BJP as a divided house following serious bickering among the saffron leaders.
While the former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa indulged in regaining power, the present incumbent is equally disrupting such attempts resulting in the collapse of the administration, he said.
Describing the statement of state BJP president K S Eshwarappa that, ‘all differences among party members has been resolved’ as misleading, the Opposition leader said that the reported temporary truce arrived between the warring leaders within the BJP was not long lost, he said.
Yeddyurappa undertaking his state-wide tour, is not to strengthening the party organisation but to consolidate his position in his attempt to come back to power,
“The state is heading towards an early poll to the state Assembly,” he added.
He however, denied any dissidence within the state Congress and denied reports on the possibilities of change of guard in the KPCC.