Congress' call for padyatra to drum out BJP in Karnataka

B S Yedyurappa
Tumkur, Jun 17: On Wednesday, Jun 15, Congress launched a public campaign across Karnataka in demand to kick out the 'corrupt' BJP government and urged the party workers to prepare for a possible Assembly poll.

Eminent party leaders assaulted the Yeddyurappa led BJP government "for indulging in corruption, maladministration and pushing the state into a debt trap" that was vividly apparent in the state.

AICC General Secretary Madhusudan Mistry took a dig at BJP Central leaders "for remaining silent over its government's corruption in Karnataka," but at the same time fighting against corruption in the centre.

Union Minister of State for Railways, K H Muniyappa said the Karnataka State government has been misleading the people that the Centre dealt it with a step motherly treatment, in spite of releasing lots of fund to the state.

KPCC President, G Parameshwara accused the government for borrowing Rs 36,000 crore in the last three years. Karnataka now, is under the debt of Rs 92,000 crore. Also, he demanded that Yedyurappa should explain the people where this money had gone as it was not spent on development programs.

Congress leader Siddaramaiah urged party workers to be prepared to face Assembly polls as the government might collapse anytime.

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