Karnataka CM selection is a tougher than winning votes

Karnataka Election results have brought the Congress party back into relevance once again, but a tougher task to select the Karnataka CM lies ahead for the Grand Old Party. The Congress party along with the entire nation is aware of the bitter rivalry of power with the Karnataka Pradesh Congress. The two incumbents for the post, D K Shivakumar and Siddaramaiah and their respective lobbies within the party have already made their intentions about owning the CM position.

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Battle for Karnataka CM

The battle for the candidate to be seated as Karnataka CM has already ensued with the AICC President Mallikarjun Kharge being the one to zero in on the candidate. Both the CM incumbents, D K Shivakumar and Siddaramaiah are slated to reach Delhi to meet the party’s high command and put forward their candidature for the post.

As Per the news and sources, Shivakumar has already gone public saying that he had allowed Siddaramaiah to take over the Chief Minister position earlier in 2013 and has also sacrificed enough for the party’s cause that included a jail term. The Siddaramaiah lobby too has highlighted him as one of the best administrators with a proven track record which should be mandatorily considered as the prime criteria for the position.

Karnataka Election for the CM – High Command to decide

 The meeting of Mallikarjun Kharge with former chief minister Siddaramaiah and Karnataka Congress president DK Shivakumar comes on the latter’s birthday (May 15). On Sunday night, Shivakumar tweeted a picture celebrating his birthday with Siddaramaiah and his other party colleagues. “My life is dedicated to serving the people of Karnataka. On the eve of my birthday, the people of Karnataka gave me the best birthday gift possible. Thanks to my Congress family for their warm greetings,” Shivakumar tweeted.

With the ball now in Kharge’s court for selecting the Karnataka CM, the top contenders are also expected to meet Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi in the national capital. On Sunday evening, the Congress Legislature Party (CLP), which met at a private hotel in Bengaluru, passed a one-line resolution authorizing Kharge to pick its leader, who will be the next chief minister of Karnataka. The CLP meeting was attended by AICC general secretary (Organization) KC Venugopal and three central observers.

 

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