Siddaramaiah or DK Shivakumar… who will become the Chief Minister of Karnataka! Delhi Darbar will soon seal


After the big victory in the Karnataka elections, the Congress party is preparing to form the government. The rounds of meetings are going on continuously in the Congress offices from Delhi to Karnataka. After the victory in the elections, the biggest problem before the Congress is that who should be entrusted with the responsibility of the Chief Minister in the state. Actually, there is a race between two leaders for the post of CM. There is confusion in the party about who should be made the Chief Minister between Siddaramaiah and state Congress President DK Shivakumar.

Both the leaders were called to Delhi: Congress leaders Siddaramaiah and DK Shivakumar have been called to Delhi by the high command. There is news that Siddaramaiah has left for Delhi. Whereas DK Shivkumar could not go to Delhi. Shivkumar has canceled the proposed visit to Delhi on Monday citing stomach infection. Shivkumar said that he has an infection in his stomach, due to which he will not be able to go to Delhi today i.e. on Monday. On the other hand, on the question of who will be the CM in the state, he said that this decision will be taken by the high command of the party.

I’ve got a stomach infection and will not be traveling to Delhi today, says Karnataka Congress President DK Shivakumar. There are 135 Congress MLAs. I don’t have any MLAs. I’ve left the decision to the party high command, he adds.

— ANI (@ANI) May 15, 2023

Siddaramaiah reached Delhi: At the same time, senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah, who is considered a strong contender for the post of Chief Minister of Karnataka, reached Delhi on Monday. Here he can meet senior party leaders. Significantly, earlier, senior Congress leader and party observer for Karnataka Sushil Kumar Shinde had said that if necessary, Siddaramaiah and State Congress President DK Shivakumar would be called to Delhi.

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Supervisor will submit report to Kharge soon: The three observers will soon submit their report to party president Mallikarjun Kharge after knowing the opinion of the newly elected legislators regarding the formation of the government after the victory in Karnataka. After this, now everyone’s eyes are fixed on the party high command. At the same time, the three observers of the party sent to Bengaluru to know the opinion of the MLAs have returned to Delhi on Monday and now they will submit their report to party president Mallikarjun Kharge soon. Sources say that Kharge will soon decide on the next Chief Minister of Karnataka after consulting with senior party leaders and the Gandhi family.


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