After Home Minister Amit Shah’s visit to Bengaluru last week, the Congress poked fun at the government in tweets by referring to the State’s current political happenings and the BJP. They said the State seemed to be headed for a third Chief Minister.
The Bommai administration, which has been unable to hold its first-anniversary “Janotsva,” may soon come to an end, according to Congress.
The Congress said that Mr Bommai seemed to be keeping track of the time till he stood down and questioned him, “The “sword war” for the Chief Minister has begun, Bommai. What caused the change of Chief Minister? Was it your poor management, a conflict amongst leaders, or BS Yediyurappa’s ire?”
Next, Congress made these remarks the following day, B Suresh Gowda’s assertion that the party’s senior leadership was contemplating removing Mr Bommai as Chief Minister. He’d said, “Before Independence Day, the Chief Minister may be changed. The party has had discussions.”
In a jab at Mr Bommai, the opposition Congress tweeted, “40% government is likely to witness a third Chief Minister.” The party said, “The puppet Chief Minister Bommai is on his way out,” in another tweet.
Congress also criticised the BJP administration for its alleged facilitation of several frauds, including the recruitment of PSI, drug trafficking, counterfeit money, and bitcoin.
“When the State is in trouble, the BJP plays for keeps. The BJP in Karnataka is considering electing its third Chief Minister rather than delivering aid to those affected by the floods on a war footing. The BJP starts its power game whenever the State is in trouble, “Congress for Karnataka tweeted.
K Sudhakar, the minister of health, responded to the Congress by claiming that the grand old party was dreaming of a change in the Chief Minister.
Dr Sudhakar said, “The BJP administration is secure and stable under the capable leadership of Mr Bommai.