After the resignation of two senior ministers of the Karnataka government, the problems of the Congress are increasing in the state. On the one hand, the number of rebels from the state coalition government has now reached to 16, while on the other hand, former CM Siddaramaiah has described PM Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah as responsible behind the whole incident. Criticizing the Bharatiya Janata Party, Siddaramaiah has also asked party MLAs and workers to goondas.
Siddaramaiah questioned the political developments and said, "How do such kind of bullying happen to the people of BJP? BJP legislators and workers are hooligans. I condemn it. It is clear that BJP leaders like Amit Shah, Narendra Modi are behind this. They are threatening and scaring our leaders. Apart from this On the meeting of Sudhakar after his resignation, Siddaramaiah has said that he had met Sudhakar only for persuading him to withdraw his resignation.
Replying to media queries after Sudhakar's resignation and meeting of Siddaramaiah in the Assembly premises, Siddaramaiah said, Sudhakar is not a BJP MLA or a leader. Sudhakar is not a BJP MLA or a leader. He will not become BJP's MLA from the Assembly's resignation. Unless his resignation is accepted, he is the Congress MLA and I went to explain to him as the leader of the Congress Legislature Party.