Raichur, May 12 (UNI) Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy today asked the voters of Karnataka to reject both JD(S) and the BJP in the ongoing Assembly elections for their failure in providing a stable government.
Addressing an election meeting in Raichur bordering AP he said the coalition forged by the two parties had proved to be a disaster and it had brought the progress in the key state to a standstill.
"You should reject the Father-son duo of H D Deve Gowda and H D Kumaraswamy and the BJP as they have put the state in bad light.
They betrayed the farmers of the state and one fine example is that they did not bother to get the huge silt that accumulated in Tungabhadra reservoir leading to a large quantity of water going waste," he alleged.
The Hyderabad-Karnataka region witnessed the highest number of farmers suicides. This happened mainly because of the ineffective government. If Congress is voted back to power it would provide a stable government that last for full five years and pro-people government, he said.
Mr Reddy is campaigning in borders areas where large number of Telugu speaking people are residing. Speaking in Telugu he delighted the people.
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