In yet another indication suggesting that all is not well within the circles of the ruling Congress-JDS coalition of Karnataka, JDS leader and Member of Legislative Council Basavaraj Horatti called to put an end to all the speculations around the current dispensation by dissolving the assembly, reports Times of India.
Talking to media, Horatti said, “In the past, JDS formed coalition governments on three occasions, only end up in collapse due to confusions. It is good to continue the government by adjusting among ourselves, or else, it is better to dissolve the assembly and call for fresh mandate again as it is the better option.”
Saying that his party MLAs are following the coalition dharma, Horatti noted that it is the Congress leaders who are raking up confusions by saying Siddaramaiah should become CM again.
He went on to add that a suffocating environment has been created because of the statements given by Congress and BJP leaders. Horatti said that the ongoing confusion within the coalition government in that state is not letting CM Kumaraswamy work with freedom,