Bangalore: Former Karnataka Chief Minister and senior Congress leader S Siddaramaiah have made a controversial statement. He has compared the BJP to prostitutes. In fact, he had earlier given this statement to his former companion Janata dal (Secular). When Siddaramaiah was asked that JDS activists are holding him responsible for breaking the alliance with the Congress, he said, "Prostitutes blame the floor when they can't dance, they say the dance floor is not right for dancing."
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When this statement of former CM Siddaramaiah started to be linked with JDS, he clarified, 'prostitutes do not complain about the dance floor. Such dancers who are unable to dance do not complain about the dance floor. By this I meant BJP. Not anyone else. ' Significantly, on July 22, the Congress-JDS coalition government fell after failing the floor test.
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HD Kumaraswamy lost the chief minister's post. The JDS had since separated from the Congress. JDS activists had directly accused Siddaramaiah that rebel Congress MLAs like ST Somashekhar, Byrathi Basavaraj, MTB Nagaraj, K Sudhakar were special to Siddaramaiah and were acting at his behest. There has been a feud between the Siddaramaiah and the Deve Gowda family from the beginning.
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