Bangalore, Oct 7 (UNI) Congress would formulate its future course of action after reviewing the prevailing political situation in Karnataka, Former Chief Minister and CWC member Veerappa Moily said here today.
Speaking to UNI Mr Moily, who called on Governor Rameshwar Thakur said that the party's political incharge for Karnataka, Prithviraj Chavan, had arrived in the city to give shape to the Congress' stand on the formation of next government in the state.
Describing his visit to Raj Bhavan as a 'courtesy call', Mr Moily denied that he had carried any party's view or communication on the formation of next government in the state. "Congress never interferes in the functioning of the constitutional any authority" he stressed.
Refusing to disclose the party's stand on the issue of forming new government in Karnataka, Mr Moily said that Party Observer will meet senior leaders in the state and report to central leadership.
"The party high-command, on the basis of observer's report, will take the final decision," he said.
Meanwhile, Mr Chavan who arrived to the city was received by Congress leaders including KPCC president Mr Mallikarjuna Kharge and others.
He is expected to meet party leaders, legislators and elicit their opinion on the formation of the next government. He would also to attend the extended meeting of Congress legislature party tomorrow.
Congress, which had employed 'wait and watch' policy till this afternoon, went into top gear immediately after BJP officially withdrew its support to the Kumaraswamy government.
Congress leaders met the Governor and appealed to him to take Congress into confidence in the process of formation of next government.
Mr Rameshkumar, Secretary of the CLP told reporters that Congress will stake its claim to form next government.