Congress team to meet Governor

Special Correspondent

Bangalore: The former Chief Minister N. Dharam Singh has said that a Congress delegation will meet Governor Rameshwar Thakur on Monday and urge him to revoke all policy decisions hurriedly cleared by the former Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy before he submitted his resignation.

He told presspersons here on Saturday that the Government had taken last-minute decisions despite knowing that it was gasping for breath. The delegation would draw the Governor’s attention to such decisions in the larger interests of the State, he said.

On the future of the Janata Dal (S), he said it would break up on its own because of internal squabbles. That day was not far off, he said.

Replying to questions he asserted that the Congress had never attempted to break the JD(S).

‘Nothing wrong’

The question of forming another coalition with the JD(S) would be decided by the party high command. There was nothing wrong in Union Minister of State for Planning M.V. Rajasekharan advocating such a course of action, he said.

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