Central team to study attack on churches was unnecessary: BSY

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Mysore, Sep 24 (UNI) Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa today strongly criticised the union government's decision to sending central fact finding team to state when complete peace was restored in the affected places.

Addressing the media persons here he said the state government has taken all steps to bright the situation under control where the attacks on churches and even the detail report was sent to union government.

Besides he had talked to both Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Home Minister Shivaraj Patil on the incidents and apprise the situation. "Where was the need to send a 'fact finding' team to the state?," he asked.

The state had witnessed some incidents of serious in nature like cine actor late Rajkumar's abduction, killing of Minister Nagappa by forest brigand Veerappan and bomb explosion in churches. "The centre had never bothered to send a fact finding team them. Why now," he questioned.

The killing of people continued in Kashmir and terrorist activites continued in the country, but the union government had not taken enough steps but had decided to send the notice to Karnataka only. This is dissapointing, he added.

Replaying to a question he said there was no concern over a central team visiting the affected places even nobody would object to sending team to get a 'rialistic' report. But the intention this time was different, he alleged.

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