Bangalore, Oct 27 (UNI) Former Karnataka Home Minister M P Prakash today said that he will talk with former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy and like minded party legislators before deciding future course of action.
Talking to newsmen after his arrival from Delhi, where he shelved discussing with Congress leaders, the initiative he had initiated two days back, following JD(S) and BJP again joining hands to form the government, he said that "I will discuss about the latest development with Mr Kumaraswamy and like minded legislators and decide about future course of action to be adopted".
Mr Prakash reiterated that the JD(S)LP Meeting called and resolution passed to extend support to BJP was not valid and the meeting was not official. "The rules for JD(S)LP Meeting was not followed, Legislators were not intimated and hence the meeting was just a congregation of some MLAs.
Stating that National President H D Devegowda had already written a letter for dissolution the Assembly, he said that now all of a sudden extending support to BJP not understandable and it could have been done earlier itself.
Mr Prakash criticised the statement by some of his party members on holding talks with Congress MLA Siddaramaiah as a big crime and amounted to split the party. "I have not done it in that intention (Split) and I would not indulge in such things in future too," he added.