- Entire Congress party out on bail: Basavaraj Bommai
- ‘Karnataka was ATM for Congress but not now’
- Rahul Gandhi calls the ruling BJP the most corrupt
Karnataka News: Congress leader and former party president Rahul Gandhi reached Kadakola in Mysore, Karnataka on the 25th day of ‘Bharat Jodo’ Yatra today. Meanwhile, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti asked why he should talk about fake Gandhi on the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti. In fact, the Chief Minister was reacting to Rahul Gandhi’s claim that the ruling BJP is the most corrupt, that the entire Congress party is out on bail.
Addressing reporters, CM Bommai said, “Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi and Karnataka Congress unit president DK Shivakumar are out on bail. Karnataka was a cash machine for the state Congress party but is not now.” On alleging that the ruling BJP government is taking 40 per cent commission for awarding contracts, he said, “There is nothing like that. If they have evidence, they should submit it. The matter will be investigated.”
There is no possibility of violence: CM Bommai
When asked about the clash between BJP MLC CP Yogeshwar and JDS workers in Channapatna city, he said he is getting information about the incident. Bommai further said, “We will not mix politics with allocation of funds and development. There is no room for violence. We have come a long way in politics, it is important that the benefits of all government schemes reach the people.”
What did Rahul say on the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi?
At the same time Rahul Gandhi said on the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi’s birthday that the battle of ideologies is on. He said, “Just as Gandhiji fought the British Raj, today we start the fight with the same ideology that killed Gandhi. This ideology has fueled inequality, division and our hard-earned efforts for the last eight years.” Freedom is wounded.
Against this policy of non-violence and untruth, the ‘Bharat Jodo’ yatra will spread the message of non-violence and Swaraj from Kanyakumari to Kashmir. He said, “Swaraj has many meanings. It is freedom from desire and fear for our farmers, youth and small and medium enterprises. It is the freedom of our states to exercise their constitutional freedom and follow Panchayati Raj in our villages.”
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