Bangalore, Oct 25 (UNI) Senior JD(S) leader M P Prakash would attract disciplinary action if he continues his efforts to form government by joining hands with Congress, JD(S) State President Mirajuddin Patel warned today.
Talking to newsmen before beginning of an informal meeting of party Legislators here tonight, he said that " the party would not hesitate to take disciplinary action against former Home Minister Prakash if he was found wrong or going against the interests of the party." He said that the party was satisfied with the efforts so far made by Mr Prakash, who has already briefed former Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy about Delhi visit and meeting Congress leaders there.
Replying to a question to the effect that Mr Prakash had given a commitment to the condition put by Congress that he would keep former Prime Minister and JD(S) National President H D Deve Gowda and his family members out of the new government to be formed, Mr Patel said that " if it is found or proved to be true, the party would take disciplinary action immediately. At present there was no need to take such action against Mr Prakash." "If Mr Prakash continues with his efforts in the formation of the new government against the interests of the party, he would attract action.", he warned.
To another question whether he was aware that Mr Prakash was going to Delhi to meet Congress leaders tomorrow, Mr Patel said that he was not aware of it.
About the meeting he said that no political significance should be attached to it as it was only a formal meeting.