Siddaramaiah govt is the most corrupt: BJP spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi

Mysuru, April 25:- “Congress has implemented the divide and rule policy in the last five years. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah has divided Karnataka based on castes and sub-castes. The Karnataka government is the most corrupt government in the country,” said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national spokesperson Meenakshi Lekhi at a press meet held at Mysuru Press Club on Wednesday.

“Congress government is facing various allegations such as corruption at various levels and dynastic policy. Media surveys have proved that it is ‘Seedha Rupaiah’ government. Several people have lost their lives due to the completely collapsed law and order situation in the state. The government has used Dalits as vote bank and has done nothing for them,” she added.

Responding to questions on BJP sidelining Dalits and minorities, Lekhi said that it was the BJP which made Dr APJ Abdul Kalam and Ram Nath Kovind as the Presidents of the country and there are 131 Dalit and minority MPs in India.

“There were only 14 crore bank accounts in India till 2014. Due to Jandhan Scheme of PM Modi, there are 32 crore bank accounts in India now,” she said.

“Congress did caste politics even in the food being provided for the children. They have not given the accounts for the money collected at temples. The BJP government has helped the rural women with 5 crore gas connections,” Meenakshi said.

“The state government which responds to the rapes in Delhi and elsewhere is silent on Nivedita rape in Karnataka. Jihadi activities are increasing. Congress government has planned to keep state under control with the help of jihadi organisations such as Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) and Indian Mujahideen. BJP will form the government in Karnataka,” she added.

With regard to B S Yeddyurappa’s son B Y Vijayendra, she said his services are very important and that is why he has been made the general secretary of the state BJP Yuva Morcha.

District president Dr Manjunath B H, Prakash, Prabhakar Shindhe, M G Mahesh Kumar and Mahesh Cable were present. (MR/KMR).

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