Bangalore, Nov 4 (UNI) Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) president Mallikarjuna Kharge today said the party will launch a 'Janandalon' tomorrow to make the people aware that fresh assembly elections was the only option for the state to come out of the prevailing political crisis.
Talking to newspersons here, Mr Kharge said the party would expose the ''ongoing cold war'' between JD(S) and the BJP over power sharing.
While JD(S) National President H D Deve Gowda was imposing conditions on coalition partner BJP, Former Chief Minister H D Kumarswamy described the BJP's 'pressure' on the Governor to invite it to form the government as ''undemocratic.'' ''We seek the dissolution of the Assembly in the wake of present political developments with parties (BJP and JD (S)) accusing each other in the process of forming a new government once again in the state,'' he said.
He described Mr Gowda as an extra constitutional authority and alleged the BJP had become a victim but ''swallowing humiliation due to its greed for power.'' The campaign would later spread to the districts telling people about maladministration by JD(S)-BJP Government and seek their support in going for fresh polls.
He claimed the people were fed up with the JD(S)-BJP alliance and were of the opinion that fresh elections was the best way out.