Forces come together to oust Siddaramaiah

Mysuru, October 27:- Akhila Karnataka Police Mahasangha, Samagra Karnataka Rakshana Vedike and Manava Hakkugala Sanghatane have jointly announced that they would work together to end Congress rule in Karnataka.

“Siddaramaiah and Congress government have misused the police department. They have been filing false complaints to curb protests. Due to the dictatorship of the Congress government, police have lost their confidence. They have kept me under arrest for more than 80 days. We have already registered a political party in the name ‘Rakshaka Sene’. We will play a pivotal role in the coming assembly elections,” said president of Karnataka Police Mahasangha, V Shashidhar.

“We will teach a lesson to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and his son Dr Yatindra who will be contesting elections from Chamundeshwari constituency and Varuna constituency respectively. We are in favour of Congress-less government in the state. Meetings will be held at  various parts of the state in the coming days,” he added.

Aravinda Sharma, Sagar, Shivakumar, Chikkanna and others were present. (MR/KMR).

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