New Delhi: With BJP government in Karnataka
tottering, Congress on Wednesday saw an opportunity to put the main
opposition party on the mat.
"You will reap what you sow," AICC general secretary and
media department in-charge Janardan Dwivedi told reporters
here while responding to questions on the political crisis in
He said though it is internal matter of BJP, Congress is
forced to comment on the issue as the matter relates to the
present and future of an important state of the country.
20 MLAs -- 15 of the ruling BJP and five independents --
submitted a letter to state Governor H R Bhardwaj declaring
withdrawal of support to the state government led by B S
Yeddyurappa. Karnataka is the maiden state in South India
where BJP has a government.
When pointed out that Yeddyurappa accused the Congress
of continuing its "habit" of entering into an "immoral
relationship" with the JDS to topple a democratically-elected
government, Dwivedi said,"One may say anything but the problem
has emerged from within the BJP."