Bangalore, Oct 14 (UNI) The two-day Karnataka JD(S) legislature party meeting begins here tomorrow take stock of political situation following collapse of the party and the JD(S)-BJP coalition government.
Former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy, who also heads the JD(S) legislature party, has invited all the MLAs for the meeting to be held in a private resort in the outskirts of the city.
The meeting comes in the wake of both Congress and the BJP trying to woo legislators from the JD(S) to 'break' the legislature party and form a government and 'avert' mid-term polls in the state.
However, Congress leaders are saying that the party is averse to join hands with JD(S) which toppled the party-led coalition ministry headed by N Dharam Singh last year.
However, with the assembly being kept under suspended animation, both the parties are engaged in back room maneuver.
Mr Kumaraswamy resigned on October eight after his government became minority following BJP formally withdrawing support on October seven.