Hitting out at the BJP for\u00a0making "futile attempts" to destabilise his government,\u00a0Karnataka Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy Thursday accused\u00a0the saffron party of keeping its MLAs in "confinement" at a\u00a0hotel in Gurugram. Grappling with the political turmoil triggered by\u00a0reports that the BJP was luring Congress MLAs, Kumaraswamy\u00a0rejected a charge by the saffron party that he was trying to\u00a0poach their lawmakers. "Some people tried to misuse you (the media) in\u00a0spreading a feeling that on January 15 there would be\u00a0some-kranthi (revolution).I feel instead of doing some-kranthi\u00a0they have done some-branti (illusion) to themselves,"\u00a0Kumaraswamy said. Also read|\u00a0Mayawati clarifies amid buzz around nephew Akash Anand: BSP not a dynastic party, won't offer him any post\u00a0 Kumaraswamy was referring to reports about alleged\u00a0claims in BJP that there would be "some kranthi (revolution)"\u00a0by 'Sankranthi' on January 15, the festival of harvests in\u00a0Karnataka, to suggest that the government would fall.\u00a0Speaking to reporters here, Kumaraswamy said BJP state\u00a0president Yeddyurappa making repeated claims that\u00a0Congress-JD(S) leaders, especially the Chief Minister, was\u00a0luringhis party MLAs, was "surprising" for him. "They are making all kinds of futile attempts (to\u00a0destabilise the government).," he said.The ruling Congress-JD(S) coalition and BJP have\u00a0accused each other of trying to lure the MLAs.\u00a0Hitting out at Yeddyurappa for criticising his\u00a0foreign visit along with family on New Year's eve when the\u00a0state was reeling under drought, Kumaraswamy asked the BJP\u00a0president about his party MLAs now spending time at a five\u00a0star hotel. Yeddyurappa had spoken with anger asthough only he\u00a0was concerned about the farmers and difficulties of the\u00a0people, he said.\u00a0"Is Yeddyurappa and party taking stock of the drought\u00a0situation in Gurugram, sitting at the hotel? Has the situation\u00a0in Karnataka improved now?" he asked. The Chief Minister flayed Yeddyurappa for allegedly\u00a0confining BJP MLAs at a hotel, while pointing out that the\u00a0ruling coalition legislators were free."I am surprised when you (Yeddyurappa) criticise\u00a0the Congress and JD(S) for their inability to keep MLAs\u00a0together..but, you have kept your MLAs in confinement at a\u00a0hotel, are there differences between you and your MLAs? We have not kept any of our MLAs in confinement, we\u00a0have left them free," Kumaraswamy said.\u00a0"You (BJP) are doing everything (trying to poach\u00a0MLAs), but now blaming us, if you feel that people will accept\u00a0whatever you say, you are wrong. Peoplewill give answer to\u00a0BJP leaders at the right time," he added.