Karnataka: Senior JD(S) leader C M Ibrahim suspended for anti-party activities | Bengaluru News

BENGALURU: Senior JD(S) leader C M Ibrahim was suspended from the party on Friday by the outfit’s president H D Deve Gowda citing “anti-party activities.”
This decision came after Gowda had already replaced Ibrahim as the party’s state president on October 19, appointing his son H D Kumaraswamy in his stead.
Ibrahim had openly opposed the JD(S) decision to align with the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance(NDA).As a former union minister, he contended that his faction represented the original, secular JD(S) and, as the state president, claimed the authority to make decisions concerning the party inKarnataka.
Expressing dissent, Ibrahim urged Deve Gowda to reconsider the alliance with the BJP, highlighting that several party leaders from neighboring states had resigned following the decision.
(With agency inputs)


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