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UT Khader alleges people who are opposing Yettinahole project have political motives

Published On : 29 Dec 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Food and Civil Supplies Minister U.T. Khader alleged that activists who are opposed to the Yettinahole project have political motives.

Speaking to presspersons after inaugurating an exhibition of government programmes at Kadri Park, Khader said the meeting on the project convened by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on December 26 went off peacefully and the activists concurred with the presentation made by experts.

He claimed that no opposing voices were raised during the meeting. He said that they only raised issues after coming out and there is a political motive to this.

 







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