The divine discourse of CM Kumaraswamy’s politics
Though Kumaraswamy continues to be considered a 'liberal', he has turned more devout since he became chief minister, having visited 53 places of worship
Bengaluru:More than a 100 days since H.D. Kumaraswamy became Karnataka chief minister, the Janata Dal (Secular), or JD(S) leader continues to live at his private residence in J.P.Nagar in Bengaluru—a home he believes is one of the reasons for his political fortune. Kumaraswamy became chief minister despite his party winning only 37 out of the state’s 224 legislative constituencies.