Hubballi: KPCC working president Eshwar Khandre said that the coalition government in the state will complete its full five-year term.
Addressing the media in Gadag on Sunday, he said there are no differences of opinion between leaders of the Congress and JD(S). Responding to former CM Siddaramaiah’s statement that he would like to become CM again, Mr Khandre asserted that the Congress leader had expressed his desire to become CM again after the party comes to power in next Assembly elections.
Urging the Centre not to discriminate in the release of funds for flood victims, he said more funds should be released to take up relief measures. He said the Congress has decided to mobilise Rs 10 crore for the flood victims from two months salary of all Rajya Sabha members, MPs and legislators of the party.
“We are hopeful that the Congress will come to power on its own after the next Assembly elections. The party failed to get a majority owing to the misinformation campaign launched by the Opposition. The coalition government will remain stable for five years as we have formed it keeping in mind the interests of the nation with the poor and minorities living in fear. Minor differences among coalition partners will be resolved in the co-ordination committee meeting,” he said.