Ready to make way for a Dalit CM: Siddaramaiah
Team Udayavani, May 13, 2018, 6:06 PM IST
Mysuru: “If the high command decides to choose a Dalit CM, I do not have any objection,” said Chief Minister Siddaramaiah here on Sunday May 13 in Mysuru.
“In 2013 I was unanimously chosen as the chief minister. I took oath as the chief minister of Karnataka on May 13, 2013 and I have completed five years without any blemish on my governance. Congress will come back to power and will win 120 seats comfortably. I will win in both the constituencies,” he added.
“I will not be part of any electoral politics anymore, but will stay in active politics. I will assist the party in the coming days,” he said explaining that he will henceforth refrain from contesting elections.
“Election has ended and I contested only because I did not want to send a wrong message by not contesting being a chief minister. I will not criticize anyone, neither B S Yeddyurappa nor Kumaraswamy personally. I am extremely tired due to rigorous campaigning and I will rest for next two days,” he mentioned.
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