Will Siddaramaiah be Karnataka CM if Congress wins? Parameshwar has this answer

img_1553The debate on who would be the chief minister of Karnataka if the Congress wins appears to be never ending. The Karnataka Congress chief, Dr. G Parameshwar has thrown the debate wide open by saying CM later, win first.

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Karnataka elections: Behind the scenes, will BSY take on Siddaramaiah at Badami

sidd-yeddyThere is plenty of activity behind the scenes in the BJP which takes on the Congress in the May 12 Karnataka elections. The BJP has released two lists and is yet to come up with the final one with 72 names.

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Will Siddaramaiah contest from Chamundeshwari? The debate opens up again

sidd_2356131gThe guess work continues and it is hard to say at the moment who exactly wants Siddaramaiah to contest from two seats. On one hand, there are reports that say that it is the high command which does not want Siddaramaiah to contest from Chamundeshwari. On the other Siddaramaiah says that it is his followers who are forcing him to contest from Badami.

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Minority status for Lingayats: Is this Siddaramaiah’s master-stroke or self goal?

sidd_2356131gBengaluru: Master stroke or self goal? These are the two questions that come to mind when one discusses the religious minority tag that Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah recommended for the Lingayats.

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How Cong high command prevailed over Siddaramaiah over his one seat contest

Bengaluru: The big surprise for all in the Congress list of candidates was with regard to Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah. The Congress put to rest all speculation that the CM would be contesting two seats-Chamundeshwari and Badami. He will now contest from Chamundeshwari only while his son would battle it from the neighbouring Varuna.

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Siddaramaiah to file nominations for Chamundeshwari on April 20

img_1538-1The talk of me contesting from Badami was mere speculation, Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah said. Speaking with reporters, he said that the people of Badami had requested him to contest from the segment.

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Karnataka elections: In Congress selection of candidates Siddaramaiah shows he is boss

img_1499-1The much-awaited Congress list was out on Sunday. The highlight of the list was that Siddaramaiah was given a ticket from just one constituency as opposed to reports that did the rounds in the media that he would be fielded from two constituencies.

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Karnataka elections: Siddaramaiah gets just one constituency, Haris kept on hold

The big highlights in today’s Congress list of candidates are that Siddaramaiah would be contesting just one seat. Amidst speculation that he would contest from two seats, the final list indicates that he would be contesting only from Chamundeshwari.

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Congress ruled by Tughlaq and that man is Siddaramaiah alleges senior leader

PRameshEven as the Congress is readying its list of candidates for the Karnataka assembly elections, rebellion within the party seems to be touching an all time high. There is a Tughlaq rule in the Congress and Siddaramaiah is Tughlaq, senior leader P Ramesh said.

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Karnataka election: What works for Siddaramaiah in Badami

img_1553With speculation rife that Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah is likely to contest from Badami, the entire focus has shifted to this constituency. The constituency known for its heritage structures which attracts tourists from all corners of the world comprises 143 villages.

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