Mangaluru, (The Hindu): Chief Minister Siddaramaiah reiterated on Sunday that the State government was in favour of kambala.
“We want kambala, hence we drafted a law,” he told presspersons at Mangaluru International Airport.
The Chief Minister said there was no question of the government supporting any communal forces. “Be it Hindu or Muslim communal forces, the State government strongly opposes such forces,” he said.
Asked about BJP State president B.S. Yeddyurappa’s reported statement that the party will place in the legislature session in Belagavi documents revealing alleged corrupt practices by Mr. Siddaramaiah, the latter said, “There is no evidence against me (in connection with complaints filed before the Anti-Corruption Bureau),” and added that his government was free from scandals.
Mr. Siddaramaiah arrived at the airport at around 5.45 p.m. by a special aircraft from Koppal.
He proceeded to Belthangady by road to attend a marriage. He returned to Bengaluru in a late night flight.
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