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I asked people for clear mandate, now I'm indebted to Congress: HD Kumaraswamy

ANI | @indiablooms | 28 May 2018, 06:58 pm

Bengaluru (Karnataka, May 29 (ANI): Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy said on Sunday that I had formed coalition government with Congress because people had not given me clear mandate. He said, "some people say that I had said that I wouldn't take anyone's support to form government. Who are they to tell me? There are some compulsions in politics."He further said, "some people were alleging me that I said that I will never form government with any of the parties support. It is  true that in the past whatever we said that will not be applicable in the present political scenario and I formed the government in coalition with congress because people of Karnataka did not give me clear mandate that is why I'm in the debt to the Congress and not to the people of the state."

I asked people for clear mandate, now I'm indebted to Congress: HD Kumaraswamy

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