Assembly to follow BJP's footsteps

Bangalore, Jan 6: The session of the legislative council is all set to begin with the Governor HR Bhardwaj addressing members of both houses on Thursday, Jan 6. Karnataka chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa said that the session will provide the platform to debate on all alleged scams.

Opposition JD(S) state president HD Kumarswamy has already instructed the party members not to allow, smooth proceedings in the house till the chief Minister quit. The strategy executed by BJP at the central, demanding for the JPC probe and Former Telecom Minister A Raja's resignation related to 2G scam, is expected to replicate in the state also. But this time BJP will be on the receiving end.

Yeddyurappa and the governor Bhardwaj had a clash last year. Bhardwaj showed his strong dislike with Yeddyurappa's explanation related to his land scam allegations and his inaction against Reddy brothers, over the illegal mining allegations.

This raised friction between state govt and the governor. However, listening to BJP strategist Arun Jaitley, Yeddyurappa subscribed peace with the governor, by inviting Bhardwaj to address the assembly.

Post Zilla and Taluk Panchayat election Yeddyurappa said, “the misleading campaign of the opposition parties has failed to convince the people. At least now they should give up their disruptive politics and cooperate for the development of the state."

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