Devgowda-Shivkumar has been held responsible
JDS supremo HD Devgowda and his son former CM HD Kumaraswamy Siddaramaiah accused the coalition government of destabilizing. Not only in the state Congress congressman DK Shivkumar had also blamed Siddaramaiah for the political crisis of the state. Due to Siddaramaiah, the Congress was divided into the Khemas in the state, from which their camp was the most dominant. This party was complaining from the beginning that due to coalition the Congress is ending in the old Mysore area, which is considered as the stronghold of Siddaramaiah. However, the devotees of DK Shivkumar and 'Pariwar' were working hard to keep the coalition.
Devgowda complains to Rahul too
The differences between the different factions of the Congress and the contradiction of the alliance came to the surface after the Lok Sabha elections. Both Dhars started charging each other for defeat. Senior leader Roshan Baig also brushed aside SiddarMaya in public for the defeat of the election defeat. He was suspended from the party on this, which led to fighting and growing. After the Lok Sabha elections, a meeting was held with Rahul Gandhi in Devgoda in Delhi, in which he complained of arbitrariness against Siddaramaiah. Significantly, as well as being the leader of the Congress Legislature Party in the Siddaramaiah Legislative Assembly, he is also the Chairman of the Congress-JDS Co-ordination Committee. Devgowda told Rahul that Siddaramaiah and his supporters are obstructing the government of Kumaraswamy. Devgowda made it clear to Rahul that unless he rebuked the rebel leaders and Siddaramaiah, it would be difficult to run the government.
What did you get from Siddaramaaya from Rahul?
After Devgowda, Siddaramaiah also came to Delhi to meet Rahul Gandhi or he was summoned and summoned. But what was discussed between the two did not come out openly. But, the way Rahul has been waiting for Siddaramaiah to meet for two days, he is clear that he was very angry with them. One thing is special that within a few hours after the meeting, the Karnataka Congress Committee was dissolved. Two weeks later, the resignation of rebel Congress legislators started. On July one, two MLAs had resigned and on July 6, 10 Congress MLAs resigned from their assembly membership to Speaker Ramesh Kumar. Here the countdown of the fall of the government has started, but there is no continuation of the introduction of the legislators.
When Siddaramaiah made the alliance of coalition!
After the two big meetings in Delhi, the third major meeting took place between Devgora and DK Shivakumar in Bangalore. It is said that Shivkumar told Devgowda that in the meeting, Siddaramaiah had the hand behind the rebellion. On July 7, Devgowda also said, "I know that there are SiddarMaiya behind the politics of the state. Those who have resigned, they are their supporters." It is said that Shivkumar had advised Devgowda that now there is only one way to save the coalition government that make Siddaramaiah the Chief Minister. But, perhaps, Devgora did not prepare katabai for this.
When SiddarMaya's hopes were on the water
In the May 2018 assembly elections, Siddaramaiah was absolutely sure that he would be in power again. But, it did not happen and the Congress became the second largest party behind BJP and after 35 years, his dream of returning to Congress Chief Minister was shattered. But, seeing the attitude of the Devgoda family about BJP, their hopes revived and they felt that if JDS-Congress is in power in the JDS, then they can get a chance to become CM again. But Rahul Gandhi was probably thinking in the other direction. He thought that if the situation was allowed to stay like this then the government would save the BJP by joining it. Therefore, he declared in support of the support of Kumaraswamy of the JDS, 37 seats of 37 seats of Congress, in less than 78 to Congress. Since this day, Siddaramaiah was forced to walk with the government after choking.
History of Siddaramaiah
History of Siddaramaiah in Karnataka politics also forced Rahul to think that Siddaramaiah could not afford the distance from the chair and therefore joined the conspiracy to demobilize the coalition government. The talk is in 2004 when Congress-JDS joined hands to prevent BJP from forming a government there. Then Siddaramaiah used to be in JDS and was very special to Devgoda. But, in the formulating government formula, the chief minister's chair was taken to Dharam Singh and Siddaramaiah could become Deputy CM. In 2006 the coalition government fell and JDS joined hands with BJP. Then Siddaramaiah was the second most influential leader in JDS after Devgowda. But when it came to making the chief minister, the name of Devgowda's son, Kumaraswamy, came out and SiddarMaiya remained silent. Then he realized that he had to be the chief minister and now the place has not been left for him in the JDS. So he left JDS and formed a new party and merged it in Congress in 2006. In this way, when the Congress came to power in 2013, Siddaramaiah got the chance to become the Chief Minister, but his desire to remain in this position may never end.