Even though the JDS and also the Congress are running a coalition government within the state, it appears there's no end to the war of words between each the parties. the most recent addition to the current is that the 'beggar' comment.
All started in Mysuru once reporters sought-after CM HD Kumaraswamy's reaction on the Congress' proposal to go away six Lok Sabha seats for the JDS within the forthcoming Lok Sabha elections 2019. Irritated by this question CM HDK declared that the JDS isn't the party of beggars to settle with such minimal numbers.
He declared that the 2019 election is crucial for the whole country for many reasons. "We have to go along. Else country can face lots of issues," he warned. "A call on the ultimate range of seats are going to be taken by the senior leaders of each the parties. it's not set in Bengaluru," he said.
As the beggar comment sent shock waves, former CM Siddaramaiah who is additionally the chairman of the coordination committee and Congress Legislature Party (CLP) hit back at CM HDK. "Neither JDS neither is the Congress a party of beggars. we tend to are running a coalition government," he remained the CM.