Bangalore, Sep 27 (UNI) With just a week to go for the scheduled October three transfer of power from the Janata Dal (Secular) to the coalition partner BJP in Karnataka, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy today said ''anything could happen in the next six days.'' Speaking to newspersons at his official residence 'Krishna', the Chief Minister said ''one will get to know on the transfer of power on October three.
Criticising the Congress leaders for ''raising a hue and cry'' on the issue, the Chief Minister said ''the deal is between the JD(S) and the BJP, and the Congress has no role to play.'' Referring to filing of criminal complaint against him by Transport Minister Sriramulu in Bellary, he said the party was awaiting BJP's response on taking action against the ''erring'' Minister.
''Since Sriramulu belongs to the BJP, I am not in a position to take action'' Mr Kumaraswamy said.
About the Supreme Court stay on issuing fresh tenders for the Bangalore-Mysore Corridor Project, he said he would react only after getting an official version of the verdict. ''Media had twisted the issue for vested interests'' Mr Kumaraswamy charged.