The Congress in Karnataka is facing continued uncertainty over who will be the state's next chief minister with the BJP reportedly considering offering six MLAs ministerial positions to switch parties. In response, the Congress has said that people want to know who will lead the opposition in the state. Meanwhile, the BJP says it has a "plan B" if it cannot lure the Congress's support. B. S. Yediyurappa, a prominent Lingayat leader in Karnataka, was the last leader of the opposition from the BJP in the Karnataka legislative assembly. He became the chief minister in 2019 after the coalition government of Congress-JD(S) collapsed due to defections. Karnataka Congress chief DK Shivakumar has arrived in Delhi to meet top party leaders after he cancelled his visit due to health issues.