Referring to the current political developments in Karnataka and the BJP, the Parliament in a series of tweets disputed with the state government and said that the state looks likely to meet the third Minister after the visit of the Minister of the Interior. Amit Shah arrived in Bengaluru last week.
The congress said that the Bommai government, which has not been able to conduct the first anniversary of “Janotsva”, will soon end.
The congress said that it appeared Mr. Bommai was counting the hours to leave his chair and asked him, “Dear Bommai, the ‘sword fight’ for the position of Minister has begun. What is the reason for the change of Minister, yes? Is it your management failure, a war between leaders, or is it BS Yediyurappa’s anger?”
These comments from Parliament come a day after former BJP MLA B Suresh Gowda announced that the party’s top leadership was considering replacing Mr. Bommai as Minister. He said, “The minister could be replaced before Independence Day. There were talks in the party.”
The opposition parliament, which is studying Mr Bommai, tweeted, “40% of government likely to see a third Minister.” In another tweet, the party said, “Puppet Prime Minister Bommai is on his way to leave.”
Congress also criticized the BJP government for various scams such as PSI recruitment, drug sales, counterfeit money and bitcoin and alleges that the Bommai government supported these scams.
“When the state is in trouble, it’s a power game for the BJP. Instead of providing relief to the flood-affected people amid the war, the BJP in Karnataka is looking to install its third Chief. whenever the State crashes, the BJP starts its power game,” Karnataka Parliament tweeted.
Meanwhile, emphasizing again at the Congress, Health Minister K Sudhakar said that the old party is dreaming of a change of Minister.
“The BJP government is secure and stable under Mr. Bommai’s effective leadership,” commented Dr. Sudhakar.
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