Former Chief Minister of Karnataka said “It is nevertheless normal for individuals nursing desires of becoming ministers to get frustrated when their expectations are dashed. It is likewise evident that there is dissatisfaction among a couple of individuals in the party. None of them will leave the party, and each one of them will be counseled,”
Addressing media people at BN Jalihala village on Friday, June 8, Siddaramaiah admitted that former minister, M B Patil, had met him and had talks. In any case, he rejected reports which asserted that Patil had shed tears at not being made a minister. “Both myself and Chief Minister, Kumaraswamy, have consoled M B Patil,” he cleared up.
When he was addressed about the inverts his party may endure in light of the disappointment with respect to M B Patil, who claims support of 22 officials, Siddaramaiah abruptly appeared to lose his cool and needed to know what sort of inverts the concerned was alluding to. He said that there is no doubt of him going to Bengaluru to mollify displeased aspirants, as all the concerned have been talked to and consoled.
In the meantime, he communicated ignorance about resignation offered by Satish Jarkiholi to the post of the secretary of All India Congress Committee. Siddaramaiah, whose attention was drawn to the call given by the president of Kurubara Sangha asking Kuruba legislators of the party to walk out of the party, he feigned ignorance about the identity of the said president.
“Operation Kamala has failed to have any effect. Nobody will leave our party. BJP has their own issues inside to deal with,” Siddaramaiah expressed.