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Many party leaders see the dissidence not just as a tussle for cabinet berths but also as shadow-boxing between the camps of deputy chief minister G Parameshwara and former chief minister Siddaramaiah, to establish supremacy both in the government and party. Many also suspect that Siddaramaiah is behind the ongoing tussle to make things difficult for Parameshwara.
“There is no doubt that some MLAs are unhappy because they are not getting cabinet berths. But the way things are turning out and dissidents are getting support, it appears that this power show is to rein in Parameshwara, who has emerged as the sole rallying point for Congress MLAs post his elevation as deputy chief minister in the Congress-JD(S) coalition government,” said a senior KPCC office-bearer.
Siddaramaiah and Parameshwara don’t share cordial relations ever since the latter lost the 2013 elections, and subsequent media reports suggested an ‘insider’ hand in his defeat.
Parameshwara is already under the scanner from many quarters, who are holding him responsible for ‘denying’ cabinet berths to many senior leaders, including Siddaramaiah’s supporters M B Patil and S R Patil. He is also being blamed for ‘neglecting’ senior leaders after getting the Dy-CM’s post. “He is not taking senior leaders into confidence in any matter, which has sent a message that he seems to be taking revenge against those who ill-treated him during the past five years,” said a Congress MLA, while refusing to be named.
Parameshwara has already denied these allegations as unfounded, stating that the decision about cabinet composition was collectively taken by party bosses in Delhi, in consultation with state leaders.
Parameshwara’s camp followers are also miffed at Siddaramaiah’s decision to visit Badami for five days when the party is gripped with dissidence, and suspect it is a planned visit. “It seems that Siddaramaiah planned his visit to Badami, leaving Parameshwara alone to deal with dissidents,” said a senior Congress leader.