Mysore, Apr 28 (UNI) Former Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister and Congress Publicity Committee Chairman Siddaramaiah today ruled out possibility of hung-assembly after the next month elections.
Participating in the 'Meet the Press' organised by the Mysore District Journalists Association here, he said that "there would not be a hung Assembly in the state and it would be the Congress party government after the elections. People were fedup with the experiment of coalition government in which Janata Dal (Secular) completely failed to deliver the goods." Alleging that both JD(S) and BJP have pushed back the State in development, Mr Siddramaiah said that "they have no moral right to seek support from the people to form the government." Referring to claims by some political parties, including JD(S), that next government cannot be formed without their support, Mr Siddaramaiah said that it was only their assumptions and ground reality is in favour of Congress.
Referring to differences of opinion among the party leaders and rebal candidates in the fray, Mr Siddramiah said that in every party the problem exisisted. Nearly 3000 applications were received for 224 seats. It is highly impossible to satisfy all. However, the difference were already been sorted out to large extent.
Mr Siddaramaiah alleged that both BJP and JD(S) are misguiding the people on various programmes and polices which they could not provide during their ruling in the state.
Stating that BJP's dream of capturing power and making inroad in South cannot be achieved, Mr Siddaramaiah said that "BJP will not even win 50 seats and JD(S), which spoiled itself its chance may win 15 seats.
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