Mysore, Apr 28 (UNI) Former Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister and Congress Publicity Committee Chairman Siddaramaiah today ruled out the possibility of a hung-Assembly after the next month elections.
Participating in a 'Meet the Press' programme, organised by the Mysore District Journalists Association here, he expressed confidence that ''there would not be a hung-Assembly in the state and the Congress will form the government after the elections.
People were fed up with the coalition government in which the JD(S) completely failed to deliver the goods,'' he added.
Alleging that both the JD(S) and the BJP had pushed the state to the back in development, Mr Siddaramaiah said ''they have no moral right to seek people's support to form the government.'' Referring to the claims of some political parties, including the JD(S) that the next government could not be formed without their support, Mr Siddaramaiah said it was only their assumption and the ground reality was in favour of the Congress.
Referring to the differences of opinion among the party leaders and rebel candidates, Mr Siddaramaiah said that in every party the problem existed. Nearly, 3,000 applications were received for 224 seats. It was impossible to satisfy all. However, the differences were sorted out to a large extent, he added.
Mr Siddaramaiah alleged that both the BJP and the JD(S) were ''misguiding'' the people on various programmes and policies, which they could not implement during their rule.
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