The Karnataka government had been into trouble for quite some time as the State CM HD Kumaraswamy stands on the verge of losing majority in the assembly. The Choas in the politics arose after numerous Congress ministers resigned and withdrawed their support to the rulling party in the state.

Following this problem, the Congress raised an issue in the Lok Sabha claiminng that 'Ruling party BJP is trying to topple Congress-JD(S) government in Karnataka’ to which Defence Minister and BJP's senior leader retrieved that BJP has nothing to do with the issues raising up amidst the leaders in Karnataka. Now we have Karnataka Congress Leader Siddaramaiah who has come up with a new statement over the increasing number of resignations by the Party members. The resigned leaders had also come up to support BJP.

Siddaramaiah claimed that BJP is trying to destabilise this government in the state constantly. He also said that “According to us these are anti-party activities and they have colluded with the BJP. These people are trapped. Even now I request them to come back, withdraw their resignations. The party has taken a decision requesting their disqualification.”

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