Bengaluru: Janta Dal-Secular chief and Karnataka Chief Minister designated HD Kumaraswamy on Tuesday said that there are no rumblings of discontent over Cabinet formation, as the stakeholders are yet to deliberate on the issue.
Speaking to reporters after visiting the Manjunatheshwara temple at Dharmasthala, Kumaraswamy rejected all the Media reports related to Cabinet formation.
The designated CM of Karnataka said that his family believed in the Almighty since the beginning and they believed that his government was being formed with the Almighty’s blessings. He prayed for divine intervention to fulfill people’s expectations from the government and for good rains resulting in flourishing agriculture, and he did not have anything to seek for personal benefit.
Responding to the allegations of BJP, Kumaraswamy said that “There would be a stable government for the next five years and his government would introduce welfare programmes without burdening the common man with additional taxes.”
Taking a dig at Amit Shah’s comment of unholy alliance, he said there was no such thing as holy or unholy in politics. The government would survive if it had the required number of legislators, he added.