Karnataka Chief Minister H.D Kumaraswamy asserted he would not misuse power to save his government, as he spoke on the confidence motion moved by him in the Assembly to decide the fate of his ministry.
In his speech seeking the trust vote with Governor Vajubhai Vala asking him to prove his majority by 1.30 p.m on Friday, Kumaraswamy charged that an atmosphere was created from day one that "this government will go" and it was unstable.
"After 14 months (in power), we have come to the final stage," Kumaraswamy said.
"Let's have discussion. You can still form government. Nothing urgent. You can do it on Monday or Tuesday also. I am not going to misuse power," Kumaraswamy told the BJP.
Kumaraswamy also told BJP, "from the day I came to power, I know it won't be for long... how long you will sit in power, I am here to see... how stable your government will be with the people who are now helping you."
Kumaraswamy began his speech after Speaker K.R Ramesh Kumar made it clear when the House commenced its proceedings there was no scope for any other discussion except the trust vote.