CM Kumaraswamy extends Sankranti greetings to people

PM Modi is scared of Karnataka, says HDK

Mysuru, January 14:- Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy wished the people of Karnataka on the occasion of Sankranti festival.

“Police Department has several complaints. We will discuss and decide on implementing Auradkar panel report and other works. I don’t understand why media is spreading rumors against the state government. Our government is strong. The BJP is again trying for operation ‘Kamala.’ I know who were approached by the BJP. I know what all they have offered to the MLAs. Their efforts won’t succeed. The three Congress MLAs who are in Mumbai are in contact with me.,” the CM said.

“Siddaganga seer has some some health issues and the government is monitoring his health condition. A team of five doctors is examining the health of the seer. The seer will be alright soon,” he said.

“I don’t know from where this ‘clerk’ term came from. I don’t know what made Prime Minister Narendra Modi to say that. We are running a coalition government in Karnataka. Modi gets scared when he hears about Karnataka. He is also scared of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections,” he added. (KS, NGB)

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