Friday, 20 July, 2018

Siddaramaiah government most corrupt in country: Amit Shah

KPCC Working President Dinesh Gundu Rao speaks at a programme organised to mark silver jubilee of amendment to Panchayat Raj act convention of panchayat raj and cooperatives in Udupi on Saturday Siddaramaiah government most corrupt in country: Amit Shah
Nellie Chapman | 21 February, 2018, 13:34

He also said that the award for the most corrupt government in the last five years goes to Siddaramaih government. Now use Siddaramaiah government as translation for corruption....

Asked about Siddaramaiah's charge that he had directed BJP cadres to create trouble and court arrest, Shah refuted it as "baseless" and said "the CM must have heard or seen me saying this in his dream". Shah said there were 19 scams and 22 political murders associated with the Congress government.

"As party president, I would like to assure you. let this Siddaramaiah government try to protect (killers) however much they want". In this election a government will come in Karnataka which will open doors to the South for us", said Shah, adding, "BJP is a party with different work culture. Their time to go has come near. Based on what Shah has said one can only hope BJP isn't g=counting his chickens before they have hatched.

The Shantinagar MLA's son Mohammed Haris Nalapad was accused of assaulting a fellow diner at an upmarket restaurant in Bengaluru, Saturday last.

"If Siddaramaiah thinks politics of appeasement will be successful, he's wrong. It will not be tolerated", he said.

BJP's success having over 14,000 legislators from just a few, 330 MPs and 19 States under its fold with coalition parties is mainly due to strong booth level organisation and the popularity of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Mr Shah said. He alleged that 22 BJP and RSS workers had been murdered in Karnataka in Siddaramaiah's tenure. Shah is scheduled to visit prominent temples in the region, besides meeting the families of victims of "communal killings", like that of Deepak Rao, who died in early January and Paresh Meshta, who died in December.

He exhorted the party in Karnataka to take a pledge from the land of Parashurama and Rani Abbakka (the legendary queen of Ullal in Dakshina Kannada district, who fought the Portuguese in the 16th century) to overthrow the Siddaramaiah government in the coming assembly polls to accomplish the party's Congress-mukt agenda.