State reeling under drought; CM busy touring with family: Srinivas Prasad

Mysuru, May 11:- The state is reeling under drought but the Chief Minister, H D Kumaraswamy, is busy relaxing in resorts with his family members, said Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state vice-president V Srinivas Prasad here on Friday.

“Kumaraswamy is in a responsible position. Visiting temples and offering prayers are his personal choice, but he should list out priorities. People have given him a good opportunity. His father was once the prime minister of the country. H D Deve Gowda has to teach his son about governance,” he added.

“We can’t say anything about 2019 Lok Sabha results as of now. We have to see what will happen in the state after the results. There should be no hung situation at Centre. NDA has to form the government again. Narendra Modi should become Prime Minister again. Even when Siddaramaiah was chief minister, BJP won 17 Lok Sabha seats. Congress which had 120 seats before the 2018 Assembly elections lost at least 50 seats, whereas BJP moved from 46 to 104. This shows the public support for BJP. Our present target is to win the maximum number of Lok Sabha seats,” he added. (MR/KS)

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