No one can question my loyalty to the party: KSE

 Don’t talk about my loyalty to the party, said BJP opposition leader in the legislative council, K S Eshwarappa in reaction to the recent remarks made by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah against him.

Speaking at a press meet here in the city on Tuesday, Eshwarappa said, “I was brought by the BJP and my end will also be here. No one can speak about my loyalty. Siddaramaiah, who criticised me, must introspect and think how he left the JD(S) party and joined the Congress to climb the post of Chief Minister.”

“Siddaramaiah gave ‘Talaaq’ to JD(S) and joined the Congress. Now, after he finishes his tenure as Chief Minister, he will give ‘Talaaq’ to the Congress and may join another party,” chided Eshwarappa.

Eshwarappa said, “Siddaramaiah is a big liar and is fooling people all around him and makes false promises. If at all there was a Nobel prize for liars, it could have gone to Siddaramaiah.”

SMK must recall his days as CM: Siddu

Meanwhile, speaking during campaign for his party candidates, Siddaramaiah said, “Krishna is questioning our work. Before commenting on us, he must recall his days as Chief Minister and introspect how efficiently he worked. During his leadership, nearly 30 ministers lost the election and the Congress hit the nadir from 140 seats to 60 seats during the election.

Mock poll carried out

On Tuesday, candidates setting and mock polls were carried out on all EVMs and VVPATs at JSS Arts College in Nanjangud. The mock polls were carried out right through the day in the presence of the election agents and the candidates along with ECI observers in order to maintain transparency.

Suresh Kumar prefers cowshed

Former minister and BJP leader S Suresh Kumar, who is busy campaigning for the by-polls in the Nanjangud and Gundlupet, has preferred a village cowshed over a five-star hotel at Mysuru for his accommodation.

Though the BJP party leaders from Nanjangud have arranged five star hotel accommodation for him at Mysuru, he has wished to stay at cowshed. Speaking to media he said, “I prefer open air atmosphere.”


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