C.M. Ibrahim, former JD (S) state President, who questioned alliance with BJP, was expelled from the celebration within the nationwide government assembly held in Bengaluru on Saturday.
Former Prime Minister and JD (S) National President H.D. Deve Gowda made the announcement after the meet. Ibrahim was earlier suspended for anti-party actions.
The nationwide government committee assembly was attended by the previous CM and state-President H.D. Kumaraswamy, National General Secretary Jafrulla Khan, celebration presidents of Punjab, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat and West Bengal had been current within the assembly.
Ibrahim had challenged Deve Gowda household on alliance with BJP and warned him that 12 MLAs amongst 19 elected from JD (S) in Karnataka are in contact with him.
Ibrahim had stated that if Deve Gowda doesn’t lend an ear to the problems raised by him over the alliance with BJP, he and his supporters would take their very own name. Speaking to reporters, Ibrahim stated that he would embark on a statewide tour on December 11.
“There are ample alternatives for a 3rd power within the state. I’ll reiterate to former PM Deve Gowda that if he doesn’t hearken to us, we are going to resolve and strengthen the INDIA bloc.”