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The Congress has made it clear that the decision to run the government for five years under the leadership of JDS has not been decided.

Even before the confidence vote of the Kumaraswamy Government in Karnataka, the Congress has made it clear that the decision of running the government for five years under the leadership of JDS has not been decided.

[Bengaluru]: Even before the confidence vote of the Kumaraswamy government in Karnataka, Congress has made it clear that the decision of running the government for five years under the leadership of JDS has not been decided. Congress became Deputy Chief Minister of the quota, Jai God said, with the terms for five years, the government of coalition will run in Karnataka, it is not yet decided. At the same time, which departments will get the responsibility of which party will not be decided. Lord is also the President of the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee.
- Congress deputy chief minister statement before trust vote
The Deputy Chief Minister said that we will consider the future of running a government by seeing all the advantages and disadvantages. Our objective is to give good governance to the state. Earlier, Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy had dismissed the 30-30-month government's leadership formulas. He said that no such formula was kept in front of him nor did he accept it.
The Lord refused to be angry with any leader or MLA in his party. Said, no one has complained to him or party president Rahul Gandhi. There is no resentment in the party, it is only a matter of discussion in the media.
In Karnataka, many leaders in the Congress are capable of becoming the Chief Minister and Deputy Chief Minister, this is the strength of the party. In response to a question about party leader DK Sivakumar, God said, Congress is united and the coalition government will not easily get trust vote.
# Karnataka government
# Kumaraswamy
# warning
# Congress
# deputy CM
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