Mysore, May 7 (UNI) Union Minister for Culture Ambika Soni today described the assembly elections in Karnataka as crucial for the people and wanted a single party government.
Speaking to newsmen here she said that the people wanted the government which could run all the five years for the stability and development of the state.
They had watched and suffered from the partnership government in the state resulting no development in all sectors, she added.
Stating that the Congress party which has a long history in the country would be able to provide stable with good governance if they voted Congress to power in the assembly elections.
Admitting that there might be some differences in selecting the candidates for various assembly segments, however, more or less it was decided by the Central committee for elections and recommended by the state committee.
Referring to various issues related to inter state problems between Karnataka and Tamil Nadu including Hogenakal falls, she said the issues would be resolved once the Congress government comes to power in the state and there are many incidents where the issues had resolved by his party.
On according the classical status to the Kannada, she said that at the moment she could not speak on the issue since it amounts of violation of election code, however, the issue would be resolved after the elections.
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