Kumaraswamy should resign, give unconditional support to BJP said Dr Swamy
Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy had said he was at the ‘mercy’ of Congress and not the 6.5 crore people of Karnataka as his government had not received the full mandate which his party had sought in the assembly elections.
Ahead of his Delhi visit to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other union ministers, he reiterated that farm loan waiver was his priority as he had promised and he would resign if he failed to fulfill it.
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However, he reminded people that JD(S) did not get an absolute majority, which meant he and his party were rejected by the electorate.
“The people of the state rejected me and our party. I had sought an absolute majority. I have heard the statements of farm leaders too and how much they supported me,” he said.