Former Minister Umesh Katti says, Kumaraswamy losing control over his tongue
The Ex-Minister Umesh Katti has urged CM H D Kumaraswamy to quit and retire from politics. Responding to the Chief Minister getting angry during the Grama Vastavya at Raichur district, Mr. Katti told that Mr. Kumaraswamy was losing control over his language and it was not acceptable.
“I know that Mr. Kumaraswamy is facing pressure from his father, brother and coalition partner. What is more, the Chief Minister’s health is no longer as good as it was. He cannot go on like this forever. He must quit active politics and go to a mountain to spend his life in peace. Either he should go or his father should go”, Mr. Katti said.
Mr. Katti, who has been a Minister in Janata Parivar governments, supposed that the loan waiver scheme was not being executed because of differences between HD Devegowda and Mr. Kumaraswamy.
“Issues such as this and problems created by alliance partners and family members are troubling the Chief Minister. These are not problems that can be treated easily. The only solution is that the Chief Minister resigns and stays away from public life,” Mr. Katti said.