Shimgoa, Oct 3: Chief Minister B S Yeddiyurappa has strongly alleged that the Centre is following a discrimination policy in giving relief funds to Karnataka.
Talking to mediapersons at Shikaripur on Friday, Oct 3 Mr Yeddiyurappa said that state has already submitted its proposals for relief funds to the Centre but till on Friday, Oct 3 there is no response. Expressing his concern over the series of bomb blasts in the state in the recent days, Mr Yeddiyurappa said that Karnataka has become a safe place of terrorists. To curb terrorism, the state government has decided to strengthen the state Intelligence department, he said.
He said that there is information from the Intelligence department that some terrorists are entering Mysore from Kerala.
To resist this entry and to avoid future consequences by the terrorists at Mysore, the government has deployed a tight security in that region, he dded.
Replying to a question, Chief Minister said that at present there is no incident of attack on Churches and the situation is under control and peaceful.