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Poojary slams CM and former CM's

Published On : 04 Sep 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Former union minister B Janardhana Poojary held a press meet on Saturday September 3, where he slammed chief minister Siddaramaiah and former CM's chief ministers Veerappa Moily and Sadananda Gowda

“Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and former chief ministers Veerappa Moily and Sadananda Gowda are intent on making the coastal region a Sahara Desert by implementing the Yettinahole project. They should be honoured with the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna for playing with people of coastal region. They want this land to be barren," Poojary said.

" I am asking CM to drop the Yettinahole project for his benefit. There are many rivulets connecting river Nethravati and these rivulets are a breath of life for the river. Without rivulets, the river cannot survive and Siddaramaiah is heading towards killing the river." Poojary added.

 

 

 







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