Siddaramaiah will become the chief minister of Karnataka

Siddaramaiah will become the chief minister of Karnataka

According to rumours, Siddaramaiah would succeed DK Shivakumar as the next chief minister of Karnataka. The Congress party decided on the rotational system, and both leaders supported it. The chief ministership would be held by Siddaramaiah for 2.5 years until Shivakumar assumes control.

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Thursday after lunch is probably when the swearing-in event will take place. Siddaramaiah would reportedly take the oath by himself.

DK Shivakumar, a rival for the position of Karnataka CM, is likely to receive prestigious portfolio offers in addition to the position of Deputy CM.

The two leading candidates for the position of CM were DK Shivakumar and Siddaramaiah, both of the Congress. On Tuesday, they both met with the party’s top leadership in New Delhi.

In preparation for the party’s Tuesday announcement of the new Karnataka CM, Rahul Gandhi met with Congress chairman Mallikarjun Kharge on Tuesday. Surjewala attended the conference as well.

The Congress won 135 seats in the 224-member Assembly’s May 10 elections, giving them a simple majority. The incumbent BJP and Janata Dal (Secular) won 66 and 19, respectively.

In the recently held Assembly election in Karnataka, when the Congress won 135 of the 224 assembly seats and ousted the BJP, both Siddaramaiah and Shivakumar had a big impact on the outcome.

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