NEW DELHI: Senior Congress leaders held a flurry of top-level conferences on Tuesday in the middle of growing thriller over who will be made the next chief minister of Karnataka. Both the frontrunners,
remain in Delhi and met Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge individually.
Some media reports stated Kharge will likewise seek advice from UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi along with Rahul Gandhi prior to revealing his choice, which may be made by late night or on Wednesday. An ANI report, mentioning sources, stated the choice could be made from Bengaluru.
Here are the leading advancements of the day:
Statement on Wednesday from Bengaluru: Sources
As Congress is still pondering on the choice of Karnataka’s next chief minister, sources informed ANI that celebration president Mallikarjun Kharge will reveal the name for the leading post on Wednesday in Bengaluru.
According to sources, Kharge will take the decision after seeking advice from UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and previous celebration president Rahul Gandhi.
“No Final choice has actually been made on the
Karnataka CM post
. Congress president has actually met all the stakeholders. Congress President has actually met all the stakeholders. Now the decision will be taken by him in assessment with Rahul Gandhi and Sonia Gandhi. The statement can be postponed up until Wednesday and the statement can be made in Bengaluru itself,” stated sources.
Siddaramaiah satisfies Kharge, Venugopal
Right after Shivakumar left, Siddaramaiah came to Kharge’s home at 10, Rajaji Marg after 6 pm, and the 2 leaders held conversations on the leading post.
Siddaramaiah pertained to Kharge’s house together with his kid Yatindra and MLAs Zameer Ahmad, Bhyrati Suresh, and senior leader KJ George.
After an individually talk that lasted over an hour, Siddaramaiah left Kharge’s home and went on to meet the celebration’s basic secretary KC Venugopal.
No concern of resigning, states DKS prior to satisfying Kharge
Karnataka Congress chief D K Shivakumar, who landed in Delhi on Tuesday, stated the celebration is his mother and there was no concern of his resigning from the organisation if he is not provided the CM post.
Not long after reaching Delhi, Shivakumar went directly to his bro D K Suresh’s home. “If any channel is reporting that I am resigning from the post, I will submit a libel case against them,” he stated.
Shivakumar met Kharge later on at night to go over the federal government development in the southern state after the celebration staged a stupendous success by winning 135 seats out of an overall of 224.
He left after a 30-minute conference and did not talk to the media.
Rahul Gandhi fulfills Kharge
Gandhi drove to Kharge’s house and held a closed-door conference with the Congress chief for practically an hour and a half.
Congress basic secretary Randeep Surjewala, who supervises of the celebration’s affairs in Karnataka, and AICC basic secretary (organisation) K C Venugopal were likewise present at the conference.
Kharge previously held conversations with celebration leaders from Karnataka and the 3 observers selected by him to supervise the Congress Legislature Party conference kept in Bengaluru on Sunday.
Sources stated previous Congress chief Sonia Gandhi would likewise be spoken with over the option of primary minister and federal government development in Karnataka.
3rd gamer gets in
Amidst extreme lobbying for the CM’s post in Karnataka, senior Congress leader G Paraeshwara on Tuesday stated he was prepared to use up the obligation if the celebration high command asked him to run the federal government.
The previous state Congress president stated, the high command understands his service to the celebration, and he does not feel the requirement to lobby for the post.
“If the high command chooses and asks me to run the federal government, I’m prepared to use up the obligation,” the previous deputy CM informed press reporters.
Parameshwara, a Dalit, was deputy CM throughout the Congress-JD(S) union federal government led by H D Kumaraswamy. He was likewise the longest-serving KPCC chief (8 years).
(With inputs from companies)