Siddaramaiah descarta la posibilidad de convertirse and CM ahora, dice que el asiento no está vacante

BENGALURU: Considering That Many Congressional Leaders Are Launching To Become The Prime Minister Out Of" Affection" , On Wednesday Ruled Out The Possibility Of Any Change In The Main Post Of H D Kumaraswamy Of The JD (S). In Statements To The Reporters In Hubballi, Siddaramaiah Said" They (Congressmen) Are Expressing Their Opinion, But Is It Possible Now? The Post Is Not Vacant Now, Kumaraswamy Is The Chief Minister." How Can I Become A CM? Quot;

Some May Be Saying Things For Affection Towards Me. Is It Wrong To Say That? " I Ask.

With A Section Of Congress Calling On Siddaramaiah To Be Converted Again Into CM, Deputy Prime Minister G Parameshwara And Chairman Of The Congress Of Pradesh, Dinesh Gundu Rao, Met With Kumaraswamy On Wednesday, During Which, It Is Reported, Discussed The Events

According To The Sources Of The Congress, Kumaraswamy Asked Them To Prevent Party Leaders From Making Public Statements About The Position Of Chief Minister, Since He Was Embarrassing The Government And Himself.

A JD (S) Chopped, In His Reaction, Discarded Any Possibility That Siddaramaiah Became Prime Minister Immediately, Citing The Missing Numbers In The Assembly.

Qualifying The Congress ' Leaders ' Requiring Unreasonable, JDS State President, H Viswhanath, Said That When The Head Of Government, D Kumaraswamy, Was Performing His Responsibilities Efficiently, There Was No Doubt That Siddaramaiah Would Become CM.

None Could Predict That Things Happen In A Particular Way, He Said, And Added That Siddaramaiah Currently Has No Way To Become The Prime Minister Immediately, Given The Numbers In The Assembly.

" There Is No Way, Even If All Like-Minded Members (MLA) Join, It's Also 79 ...," He Added.

Vishwanath Was Reacting To Growing Cry Within A Section Of Congress, Launching For Siddaramaiah To Be Converted Again In The CM.

To A Question On Whether There Would Be Changes After The Results Of The Lok Sabha Survey On May 23, Siddaramaiah, Who Is The Party Leader Of The Congress Legislature, Said That" There Are No Indications Of No Change" .

Why Will There Be Any Change? Kumaraswamy Is The Chief Minister Of The Coalition Government. "

When Asked If JD (S) Would Resign From The CM Post In Congress, Siddaramaiah Said He Can Not Respond To Such Speculations.

Rao Told The Reporters That They Had Invited The Chief Minister To Campaign For The Partial Elections Of The May 19 Assembly In Y.

" The High Command Already Decided ... Rahul Gandhi (President Of The Congress) And Deve Gowda (patriarch JDS) They Seated And Discussed, Also With Other Leaders (on Kumaraswamy As CM For The Complete Mandate), So In The Current Situation , That The Question (any Change In CM) Does Not Arise In Absolute.

Nobody Should Make Such Statements And There Is No Need To Do It, He Added.

The Minister Of The Interior, M B Patil, Made A Launch On Tuesday For Siddaramaiah" As The New Chief Minister," But Clarified That The Current Coalition Government Under Kumaraswamy Would Complete His Full Mandate.

Patil's Statement Was Online With The Comments Of MLA K Sudhakar Of The Chikkaballapura Congress On Monday It Would Be Good If Siddaramaiah Are Again The Prime Minister.

Conversations About Siddaramaiah As Prime Minister Have Surfaced Again Amid Reports That The Congress In Karnataka Was Preparing For Assembly Elections After The Results Of Lok Sabha's Election, Which Party Leaders Have Criticized.

However, There Are Discussions Within The Political Circles That Any Adverse Outcomes For The Coalition In The Lok Sabha Surveys, Which Fought In Alliance, Would Have Its Implications In The Government Directed By Kumaraswamy.

In April, Siddaramaiah Had Claimed That He Was Not A" Political Sanyasi" He Was In Active Politics And Added That The Congress Would Form The Government In Karnataka After The Next Elections Of The Assembly And Would Become The Prime Minister Again.

Despite The Clarification Of Siddaramaiah, Minister P Parameshwar Naik Of The Congress Launched Wednesday For The Chief Coordinator Of The Coalition As Prime Minister.

While Addressing An Event In Mylara In The Ballari District, He Recalled The Work Done By Siddaramaiah As Prime Minister And Said It Was Necessary For Him To Occupy The Post Once Again In The Interest Of All.

All Questions And Questions Will Be Answered On May 23 When The Results Of The Choice Of Lok Sabha Are Declared, He Said.

He Said That For Now Nothing Would Happen To The Coalition Government And Kumaraswamy Would Continue As Head Of Government.

The Karnataka Assembly Has 224 Members, In Which BJP Has 104 MLA, Congress-77, JD (S) -37, BSP (1), Independent (1) (Both Support The Governing Alliance), A KPJP And A President.

Two Seats Are Vacant, For Which The Rolls Will Be Carried On May 19.