Mandya, May 10: Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy should first change his behavior before airing his opinion on the attitude of alliance Congress party leaders, Congress leader N Chaluvarayaswamy said today.
Speaking to newsmen here on Friday, he said that "Kumaraswamy, whose party has won just 37 seats in the Assembly election, gives directions to the Congress leaders, who have won 80 seats. Such a situation has never arisen in the coalition government before. JD(S) and Congress can never stay united anywhere in the State ...".
Replying to a question, he said that "no one has ever told that Siddaramaiah should become the Chief Minister replacing Kumaraswamy. He should respond to problems of all communities. Hence, we wish Siddaramaiah becomes Chief Minister again.
HDK should first change his attitude before pointing fingers: Cong leader