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Dinesh Gundu Rao asks Poojary not to make comments on Congress

Published On : 20 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: KPCC Working President Dinesh Gundu Rao has taken strong exception to the recent remarks of Congress veteran Janardhan Poojary that the Congress party would not stay for long in the state if KJ George was re-inducted into the cabinet.

Speaking at the District Congress Bhavan at Brahmagiri on September 18, Sunday, he also asked Poojary not to make such unnecessary statements. If required, the AICC will take necessary action, he added.

Referring to the Cauvery row, Dinesh said the state has to abide by the Supreme Court ruling. At the same time he said the Prime Minister had the responsibility of ensuring that justice is done to both Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.







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