New Delhi, May 20: A day ahead of the swearing-in of HD Kumaraswamy as the chief minister of Karnataka, top Congress  and Janata Dal Secular leaders will hold discussions with party chief Rahul Gandhi to chalk out strategy and power-sharing arrangement in the southern state. “Everything will be decided in Delhi on Sunday, when the top leaders of the party will hold discussions with Rahul Gandhi,” a top Congress leader said. Also Read - Centre Targeting Those Supporting Farmers: Rahul Gandhi on I-T Raids on Taapsee Pannu & Anurag Kashyap

Reports say that the elected MLAs from both the parties are expected to attend the meeting. Notably, the meeting came a day after Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) B S Yeddyurappa stepped down as the Karnataka chief minister without taking the floor test. However, in his speech inside the Vidhana Soudha, he said he will fight for the rights of the people of Karnataka till his last breath, even if he did not get the required mandate. Also Read - 'Absolutely, It Was A Mistake': Rahul Gandhi On Emergency

On Saturday, Kumaraswamy was invited by Karnataka Governor Vajubhai R. Vala to form the government in the state. Earlier,  Kumaraswamy was expected to swear-in as Karnataka Chief Minister on May 21, the ceremony later got pushed to May 23 due to the death anniversary of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi. Also Read - Priyanka Gandhi Gets Late For Assam Rally, Runs To Stage; BJP Says 'Congress Always Late' | VIDEO

Speaking to ANI, Kumaraswamy said,”We are going to take oath on Wednesday as Monday is Rajiv Gandhi’s death anniversary. That is not a proper date. In the entire country, all the Congress workers will be attending death anniversary functions. Conducting oath taking ceremony at that time is not good. In the today’s meeting we discussed about this only. On Monday, we will discuss about the oath ceremony.”