Deve Gowda said there is no government at the center
JDS supremo H D Deve Gowda said on Saturday that without the support of regional parties, no national party can form a government, and the dismissal of the People’s Party will win more than 300 seats in the Lok Sabha election.
JDS supremo H D Deve Gowda said on Saturday that without the support of regional parties, no national party can form a government, and the dismissal of the People’s Party will win more than 300 seats in the Lok Sabha election. Former Prime Minister Dago also expressed confidence in his son and Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy completing his five-year term.
Yesterday was also him (BJP Chairman Amit Shah said that they might get more than 300 seats; will Congress be like this? They are all Kuomintang, they also have difficulties. If there is no regional party cooperation, any national party Neither can he say that he told reporters here that without the support of the national party, no regional party can govern? “JDS, the ally of the Karnataka Congress, has promised to support Congress President Rahul Gandhi to form a government in the center.
At a press conference on Friday, Shah said that the People’s Party will have enough seats to form a government independently. “We will have more than 300 seats. This election is the choice of the country’s prime minister. Narendra Modi will become PM,” he added. Considering the doubts about the longevity of the Kumaraswamy government, Gundam said that since his son became chief minister last year, such talks are underway and claim that the coalition government will continue to take power and complete its term. Rahul Gandhi and (UPA Chairman) Sonia Gandhi have decided that they will support the coalition government under Kumaraswamy for five years, even in writing, and he said that the media is accused of “making chaos.”
After the undecided verdict in the parliamentary elections, Congress and JDS formed a coalition of opinion polls to form a coalition government.
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