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HDK blames national parties for playing vote bank politics

Published On : 13 Nov 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Former chief minister and state JD(S) chief H D Kumaraswamy hit out at the Congress-led state and BJP-led central governments on Saturday November 12.

Addressing reporters at the Circuit House during his visit to the city to participate in a programme, Kumaraswamy said, "From the past few days we are left wondering if there is a home minister in our state or not. The law and order situation is in a bad state. Today when any murder takes place, political colours are attached to it. The murders are categorised on the basis of the victim's affiliation to an outfit or political party."

"Karnataka has been a peaceful state - don't spoil the peace for personal or political gains. Both the national parties are busy in attracting votes rather than solving the problems of the people," he addd

Commenting on minister Tanvir Sait who was allegedly caught watching porn during Tipu Jayanti celebrations in Raichur, he said, "He made a mistake right from his first statement. Whether he has committed the act or not is another issue. When BJP legislators were caught watching porn in the Assembly in the past, the same Siddaramaiah had demanded their resignation. How can it be any different today? Hence Tanvir Sait should resign.

 







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