Former CM of Karnataka HD Kumaraswamy criticises the BJP for engaging in unethical behaviour in Maharashtra

Former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday . Kumaraswamy said that the BJP will not allow any other party to rule in Maharashtra .

India : Former Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy slammed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Thursday and said that it does not like any other party in power.He said that the BJP will not allow any other party to rule in Maharashtra.Expressing dissatisfaction with the BJP's thirst for power, he said that even the other parties that won with a full majority would not be able to survive due to the BJP's thirst for power.They arrived at a hotel in Guwahati where other MLAs are campaigning.Last night, four more MLAs joined Shinde in Guwahati.The rebel MLAs had earlier passed a bill with the signatures of 34 legislators stating that Eknath Shinde continues to be the chief.

BJP said on Wednesday that the Maharashtra tragedy is a Shiv Senas internal issue and that the group has no connection with it.They are (BJP), however, insisting that legislators are unsatisfied with Thackeray, since he hasn't gained support from them.However, the BJP is the one who is playing all dirty politics behind all of it.There is no contradiction in it, he told the reporters.I've seen this in Karnataka.

They falsely claimed that legislators were not adequately treated in my government, and I gave Rs 19,000 crore to the improvement of Congress constituencies.I sent the list to the party's legislative party leader.However, Kumaraswamy said that the BJP played politics and launched operation lotus, destabilizing my government.During his address, Kumaraswamy said that the BJP's conduct in Maharashtra is a taint to the Constitution.

There is no constitutional protection in the region today.Kumaraswamy said, There has been a pro-opposition rally over the textbook.The Congress is outraged by the bill, and the BJP Minister is accusing the Siddaramaiah government of framing it.The Siddaramaiah government made a mistake, he said.

A group of seers and celebrities objected to a state-run committee's decision to revise a chapter on Basavanna's teachings, according to which a portion of them stated that Basavanna's teachings have been misrepresented in the revised Kannada and social science textbooks for Class X students.After being invited by the Kuvempu forum, Janata Dal (Secular) leader HD Deve Gowda (current Prime Minister of India), took part in a demonstration against the suspected insult to Kuvempu in the textbook.He said, I'm also looking at what is wrong with the manuscript during both governments.