Bangalore, Oct 7 (UNI) Bharatiya Janata Party today in its letter to the Governor described the continuance of Chief Minister H D Kumarswamy from this moment as unconstitutional.
The letter submitted by former Deputy Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa to the Karnataka Governor said that in the present circumstances the he should dismiss the Kumarswamy government or in the alternative, if he (Mr Kuamarwamy) was desirous of seeking vote of confidence in the legislature, ask him to convene the session within three days.
"Any longer time is sure to resulting in unethical political activities," the letter said.
The letter said that the BJP under the leadership of Mr Yediyurappa had decided to not to be part of the government headed by Mr Kumaraswamy with the immediate effect as the JD(S) had failed to transfer power according to the agreement arrived at during the formation of coalition government 20 months ago.
Unfortunately, Mr Kumaraswamy had refused to act in accordance with the agreement and in view of the breach, BJP ministers had decided to tender their resignations for ministership on October two and handed over them to the Chief Minster, the letter added.