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Jul 15, 2018

Karnataka CM expresses unhappiness over trepidation of coalition govt

Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy has expressed unhappiness over trepidation of the coalition Government that he is heading with support from Congress. 

Addressing the JD(S) workers during the event to honour him on ascending the seat of Chief Minister in Bengaluru yesterday, Mr Kumaraswamy became emotional and broke down. He said, party workers are happy but he is swallowing pain of the coalition.

Responding to the public display of emotions by the Chief Minister, Lok Sabha member and Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge has said that this will not give good message to the people of the state. 

He said, Mr Kumaraswamy should be courageous and fulfill the expectations of the people.


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