Siddaramaiah succeeds in turning Karnataka into a ‘corrupt state,’ says Sadananda Gowda

Mysuru, December 9:- The achievement of Siddaramaiah during his tenure as Chief Minister is turning Karnataka into a ‘corrupt state,’ said Union Minister D V Sadananda Gowda.

He was speaking to media persons at Siddarthanagar in the city on Friday.

Sadananda Gowda who visited the Varuna Constituency ahead of Assembly polls in the state next year said, “I have been given in-charge of Varuna Constituency and I have taken this as a challenge and work to secure more votes for the BJP in the upcoming polls from the region.”

“It is confirmed that Siddaramaiah will be contesting from the Chamundeshwari Constituency in the next Assembly polls and his contribution to Varuna Constituency is nil. The chief minister is losing his strength and support from the people. The law and order situation in the state is poor, the recent incident in Hunsur during the Hanuma Jayanti is condemnable,” he added.

Former BJP district president Hemanth Kumar Gowda, BJP city president Dr B H Manjunath, BJP district president Kote M Shivanna, former MUDA chairman Nagendra, Mallappagowda, former MLC Siddaraju and other BJP leaders were present.


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