Mysore, Aug 10 (UNI) Former Karnataka Chief Minister and Janata Dal (Secular) leader H D Kumaraswamy today hinted at his party having understanding with Congress in the byelections to five Assembly seats due.
Talking to newsmen at Saligrama in K R Nagara, he said that he would be leaving for new delhi and hold talks with AICC General Secretary incharge of Karnataka Prithviraj Chavan and has also sought appointment with Congress supremo Sonia Gandhi.
Referring to JD(S) legislators joining BJP recently, he said that "let the Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa come out with details as to what sort of the development works taken up by those who joined BJP." Mr Kumaraswamy said that the JD(S) in the state would be revamped by inducting young blood and build the party to fight against communal parties in the state.
The byelection for six Assembly seats are due as the elected legislators including two from JD(S) and four from Congress resigned and joined the ruling BJP party.
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