BJP still trying to ‘destabilise’ my govt: Karnataka Chief Minister

Vastavam web: Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy Thursday alleged the BJP was continuing its efforts to ‘destabilise’ the Congress-JD(S) coalition government led by him, but asserted it was stable and would complete its term. He also said the challenge before him was to take the administration close to the people in a way that they should repent about their decision not to support Congress-JD(S) alliance in the Lok Sabha elections.

The ruling alliance partners had fared miserably winning only one seat each and conceding 25 out of the 28 Lok Sabha seats in the state to the BJP. An independent candidate had won in Mandya. Repeating his charge that BJP was still attempting to pull down the coalition, Kumarasamy said with its “pro-development and people-centric approach”, his government would complete its term and work to make the state number one position in the country.

“There is no instability to this government, it is stable. But some section of leaders wanted to create instability and they have failed in it,” he said.