Bangalore, Nov 26 (UNI) Karnataka Congress today urged Governor Rameshwar Thakur to institute a judicial inquiry into the alleged financial irregularities done by Janata Dal(S) and Bharatiya Janata Party coalition government in last 20 months.
Speaking to newsmen here state congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge said the Governor should review all such irregularities done by the coalition in the past pertaining to various departments and set them right through a judicial probe. The probe should also cover the haste with which the seven day BJP led government headed by B S Yeddyurappa took some cabinet decisions, he added. A time had come for the people of the state to expose the opportunist and selfish attitude of leaders of both parties in the form of a fresh assembly election, he noted.
He said the Congress would begin its 'awareness campaign' from December 7 throughout the state against anti people stance of the coalition government and the corruption involved in various cases.
He said a one day workshop covering various topics such as United Progressive Alliance government's achievements, existing politics and assembly elections would be held in the city on November 29. In charge of party affairs in Karnataka and Union Minister Prithwiraj Chauvan would deliver valedictory address, he added.