Congress-JD(S) 'differences' would be resolved: Deputy CM G Parameshwara

June 28:Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister G Parameshwara on Thursday said that differences between the ruling coalition partners, if any, would be discussed and resolved at a Congress-JD(S) coordination committee meeting, which is likely to be held in Bengaluru on July 1. On the raging controversy over former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah's remarks doubting the longevity of the coalition government, Parameshwara, who is also the Pradesh Congress chief said, the issue was left to the party high command.
"There is a possibility that the coordination committee will be meeting on July 1, and anything related to the differences between the two parties' leadership will be discussed, and we will resolve all those issues to strengthen the present coalition government," he told reporters in Bengaluru. Stating that no discussion took place regarding any statements by anybody including "our leader" Siddaramaiah at his meeting on Thursday with Congress ministers, he said, "All that is left to the party high command…"
A video showing Siddaramaiah purportedly expressing doubts over the longevity of the JD(S)-Congress government had surfaced on Tuesday, adding to the strains in the coalition. Parameshwara also accused the BJP of attempting to destabilise the coalition government and said, "It is not going to be possible." He said, "Whatever little murmurs (are there in the coalition), the BJP is trying to magnify it and trying to destabilise our coalition. I can tell them, it is not going to be possible for them. We are very strong in our coalition. Initial little hiccups will be there… we will resolve them."
"It (differences) is not something on policy matters… it is something about issues, and we will resolve it. I can assure the people of Karnataka of a strong coalition government," he added. Discordant voices have emerged from the Congress and the JD(S) on a host of issues, including presentation of the budget, as Siddaramaiah who held finance portfolio in the previous government, had recently said there was no need for a fresh budget and insisted that a supplementary budget would do. Agencies
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