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Once again, leadership change in Karnataka Congress emerges

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Congress leadership change surfaces again in K'taka

The debate of leadership change has resurfaced in Karnataka ahead of the Lok Sabha election. Former minister and Congress MLA S.R. Srinivas has expressed the need for Congress to secure more seats to ensure Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s continuation in office, during an election campaign rally in Tumakuru.

Meanwhile, LoP R. Ashoka has alleged infighting within Congress, stating that there is a group plotting to bring down Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. He acknowledged Gubbi Congress MLA Srinivas’ assertion as truthful, indicating internal turmoil within the party.

Sources suggest that with Deputy Chief Minister D.K. Shivakumar’s legal victory in the ED case, he may vie for the Chief Minister position for a 2.5-year term. The political climate in Karnataka seems poised for potential leadership changes in the near future.

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