Congress pushing KJP to topple BJP govt: Revanna
Janata Dal(S) leader in Karnataka Assembly H D Revanna today criticised main opposition Congress of seeking the support of Karnataka Janata Party to topple the BJP government instead of taking direct action by moving a no confidence motion.
Speaking to reporters here, Mr Revanna said he was disappointed to see the Congress trying to have an 'unholy' relationship with B S Yeddyurappa's outfit. 'It is better Congress bring out a common manifesto for the next election along with the KJP,' he said.
JD(S) accuses that Congress had supported Mr Yeddyurappa breaking away from the BJP to form his regional outfit and it was intended to weaken the H D Devegowda-led party.
'If Congress had the willingness to move the no confidence motion JD(S) would have supported it. But it doesn't have a heart to do so. It is disappointing that instead, it is seeking the KJP support to bring down the government,' he regretted.
He blamed the Congress of failing as the main opposition party during the BJP rule and only he and his MP brother H D Kumaraswamy have been fighting against the ruling party.