Bangalore, Sep 24 (UNI) Congress in Karantaka today challenged Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa to make public the corruption charges he recently threatened to expose against its leaders in the state.
Opposition leader in the Legislative Council V S Ugrappa charged that the Chief Minister was trying to intimidate Opposition parties by making false claims against the members of the Congress.
Challenging the Chief Minister to make public the corruption cases pending against any member of the Congress, which he claimed was aware of, Mr Ugrappa said Mr Yeddyurappa was duty bound to take the cases to a logical end.
He also suggested the State Police to take cognigence of Chief Minister's statement and file a case against him. "I myself will take initiative in this regard if Police failed to act," he said.
Referring to attacks on Churches in the state and some heads of Mutt and religious institutions petitioning the Governor on the issue of appeasement used for religious Conversions, he said, "These pontiffs instead of working towards strengthening the Hindu communities are involving in mudslinging on other religion leaders,".
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