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Congress tries to pacify cry-baby Kumaraswamy, sends show cause notice to MLA who spoke against the CM

Kumaraswamy had last year broken down during a JD(S) event saying that he was swallowing the poison of the alliance government. A few days ago he was seen complaining that he was made to work as a clerk in the government and not like a Chief Minister.

The opportunistic Congress-JD(S) alliance in Karnataka appears to be facing troubled waters the ‘cry baby’ Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy talked of stepping down after Congress MLAs reportedly said that they consider former CM and Congress leader Siddaramaiah as their Chief Minister.

An apparently disappointed Kumaraswamy had said that the Congress MLAs are crossing the line. To stop the embarrassment that the Congress-JD(S) alliance is facing due to the internal conflicts of the leaders coming out in public, Senior Congress leader Mallikarjun Khadge has urged the Congress MLAs not to react openly to the media.

Following the controversy created by the exchange of remarks within the alliance leadership, Karnataka Congress in-charge KC Venugopal has asked State Congress to send a show-cause notice ST Somashekar, who reportedly spoke against Kumaraswamy, seeking clarification on his remarks.

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Kumaraswamy had last year broken down during a JD(S) event saying that he was swallowing the poison of the alliance government. A few days ago he was seen complaining that he was made to work as a clerk in the government and not like a Chief Minister.

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