Karnataka CM Post: 10 Things To Know

DK demands “all or nothing” and inquires what Siddaramaiah accomplished in the previous 3 years: The Karnataka CM race has ten updates

The race for chief minister has become a hot topic following the impressive victory of the Congress in the most recent Karnataka state assembly election. The two senior leaders Siddaramaiah and DK Shivakumar are the front-runners for the position of chief minister. Both leaders, however, reject the split tenure leadership model that the command high command has proposed. The most recent update states that DK Shivakumar demands “all or nothing” and inquires what Siddaramaiah accomplished in the previous three years.

Karnataka Assembly Election Live

After three days, Karnataka is eagerly awaiting Mallikarjun Kharge’s declaration as the party’s leader regarding who will be the next chief minister of the state. The two front-runners are DK Shivakumar, head of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC), and Siddaramaiah, a former chief minister and head of the opposition.

DKS disapproves of the rebel theories

Due to a stomach infection, DK Shivakumar, the president of the Karnataka Congress, canceled his travel plans on Monday. To meet with the national leadership, he finally arrived in Delhi on Tuesday. He stated that despite rumors that he might rebel or resign, he supported the high command.

DK Shivakumar demands “all or nothing”

Even as frantic negotiations over Karnataka’s new chief minister continue on Wednesday, just days after the Congress’ overwhelming victory in the assembly election, the party’s state president DK Shivakumar has made it clear to the Congress brass that he is not ready for the position of deputy chief minister and “insisted on all or nothing,” according to sources familiar with the development.

Top news regarding the Karnataka CM election:

1. According to the sources, DK Shivakumar also questioned Siddaramaiah, the front-runner for the position of chief minister of Karnataka, about his three-year accomplishments.

2. Siddaramaiah’s CM bid is supported by more MLAs, according to surveys, and is also supported by his full 5-year tenure as chief minister.

3. In the past, sources close to Shivakumar claimed that the deputy chief minister position and six portfolios were offered to the president of the Karnataka Congress.

4. Shivakumar and Congress president Mallikarjun Kharge were scheduled to meet again at 6 o’clock. Rahul Gandhi will also be present, according to sources.

5. According to reports, Siddaramaiah may take over as chief minister of Karnataka. On Thursday, he will probably be sworn in.

6. The Congress, however, denied the reports and insisted that the Karnataka CM position was still under consideration.

7. Randeep Singh Surjewala, the state coordinator for the AICC, also predicted that Karnataka would have a stable government for five years and urged people not to believe rumors and “fake news” that the Bharatiya Janata Party was spreading, according to the AICC.

8. Siddaramaiah is seen as the front-runner among the two, while Shivakumar is seen taking a stand and asserting that the assembly elections were won under his leadership as state party chief and that he worked hard to secure this victory.

9. Siddaramaiah and Shivakumar each met Rahul Gandhi earlier in the day.

10. The conferences took place a day after the two had separate conferences with Kharge at his home to talk about the formation of the government.

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