“He has no gratitude to the party that groomed him as a leader. Me or Deve Gowda never betrayed Siddaramaiah, but he wanted to finish us off politically.
Higher Education Minister Dr C N Ashwath Narayan on Tuesday said that the BJP will fight the 2023 Assembly elections under the leadership of Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.
Vijayendra's statement comes a day after Union Home Minister Amit Shah said the BJP will fight the next election under the leadership of Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.
While the low turnout of voters in Belagavi was apparently due to COVID fear - which still prevails among residents - the poor voting in Kalaburagi was attributed to the neglect of party workers.
Shah said former CM BS Yediyurappa put Karnataka on the fast track towards development, adding that the incumbent CM Basavaraj Bommai has taken it forward
With less than two years’ time before the Assembly elections are held, the BJP seems confident of forming the next government on its own strength.
The three main political parties — the BJP, the Congress and the JDS — are gearing up to face the upcoming election season.
Days after resigning as Karnataka Chief Minister, B S Yediyurappa has decided to hit the road soon to strengthen the BJP ahead of the panchayat elections and the 2023 Assembly polls in the state.
Highly places sources reveal that the RDPR ministry is planning to request the State Election Commission to postpone the elections.
Kumaraswamy had conceded yesterday that running the coalition government for the next five years would be a 'big challenge' for him.
Kumaraswamy to be inducted as Karnataka CM at 4.30 pm today, Congress gets 21 posts and JD(S) gets 12
After a brain storming discussion with Mr Kumaraswamy, AICC General Secretary KC Venugopal said in all 33 ministers will accommodated with Congress getting 21 posts and JD(S) 12.
Congress dubs BJP habitual offender, says Modi should apologise for using money power in Karnataka poll
Congress spokesperson Anand Sharma alleged that the BJP spent nearly Rs 6,500 crore during the polls and demanded an independent probe into the alleged misuse of money power and government agencies.
Stressing the need to save democracy in the country, the BJP's bickering ally said no government can use the Constitution to enforce its decisions on people.
Earlier in the day, Kumaraswamy met Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati at her residence here and invited her for his oath ceremony scheduled to take place on May 23 in Bengaluru.
The Congress understands the need to keep regional parties happy, which explains why it agreed to form ally with the Karnataka government led by HD Kumaraswamy of the JD(S).