With Congress having substantial MLAs in Karnataka for stable five year term, opposition parties, BJP and JDS, appear to have found common ground.
BJP Karnataka chief Nalin Kumar met former CM and JDS leader, HD Kumaraswamy at the latter’s residence after he was discharged from hospital.
With parliamentary poll coming ahead, the meeting of senior leaders of two parties is sure to trigger of alliance against Congress. The alliance, many political analysts say, could also be a tacit understanding and need not be a overt one if it suits JDS.
Congress government in Karnataka is trying to fulfill the five promises that was made by party leaders ahead of the assembly poll but the subsequent reports suggest that development work may be getting adversely impacted in trying to fulfill the five promises of the grand old party’s manifesto.
The Cauvery water sharing issue is also thorn in the flesh of the Congress government in Karnataka as it cannot be seen as conceding to the ally DMK in Tamil Nadu.