Bengaluru: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah currently strike out during BJP General Secretary P Murlidhar Rao for his Hindi twitter about his skeleton to competition a May 12 public polls from dual constituencies, by seeking him to twitter in Kannada or English.
Mr Rao, who is in-charge of Karnataka, asked either Mr Siddaramaiah was frightened he wouldn’t win a Chamundeshwari chair in Mysuru.
“@Siddaramaiah ji are we scared? After most bid we chose Chamundeshwari seat, now after saying that we will be degraded there we are acid for a second place.”
“To finish your doubt let me explain that not usually your dual seats, though whole Karnataka will be Congress Mukt (Congress free),” he pronounced in a twitter in Hindi.
Replying to Mr Rao in Kannada, Mr Siddaramaiah tweeted, “Sir, twitter in Kannada or English. Don’t know Hindi.”
Speculations are abundant that Mr Siddaramaiah, who has been fielded from Chamundeshwari subdivision in Mysuru, will be opting Badami in Bagalkote district of north Karnataka as his second seat.
Mr Siddaramaiah has pronounced that he was underneath vigour from Congress leaders from Bagalkote and Bijapur districts to competition from Badami, though confirmed that he would reside by a high command’s decision.
The Congress, in a list of possibilities for 218 seats announced on Apr 15, had named Dr Devraj Patil as a hopeful from Badami.
But arising of B-form (required to be filed by a domestic celebration mentioning name of a authorized candidate) to Mr Patil has been put on hold.
Badami with a clever participation of Karubas,the village to that Mr Siddaramaiah belongs, was seen as a second protected choice for a Chief Minister as reports have suggested that a conflict in Chamundeshwari will not be an easy one for him.
Mr Siddaramaiah has won 5 times and has been better twice during Chamundeshwari, from where he has been announced as a candidate.
He has been representing Varuna subdivision in Mysuru given 2008, that has now been allotted to his son Yatindra.
Speaking to reporters in Bengaluru, Mr Siddaramaiah pronounced he had conveyed to a high command, his enterprise to competition usually from Chamundeshwari constituency.
“I have told a high authority that we will competition from Chamundeshwari and not from dual constituencies. However, a people of north Karnataka are pressurising a high authority that we should competition from north Karnataka too,” he said.
The Chief Minister pronounced he has not taken any preference so distant and he would go by a preference of a high command.