K'taka porn row: BJP gives its ministers moral lesson

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Bangalore, Feb 14: Citing the shameful porngate controversy where three of BJP ministers watched porn video inside Karnataka assembly, the party decided to give training of moral lesson to all its ministers, legislators and MPs.

During a core party meeting at Karnataka Chief Minister, DV Sadananda Gowda's house on Tuesday, Feb 14, State unit BJP President K S Eswarappa stated, "We have decided to have the 'chintan-manthan' baitak on Febaruary 24 and 25 in the city. The meeting of the state level executive would now be held in Bangalore instead of Mangalore for two days from March one."

However, the party has already announced that it will not take any action against the three tainted former BJP ministers - Laxman Savadi, C C Patil and Krishna Palemar who were forced to resign from their respective posts following the controversy.

"No action will be taken against the three MLAs. We will decide on action after the house committee submits its report. I am confident all the three will prove their innocence," Eshwarappa had announced earlier.

The special training for the BJP ministers, MPs and legislators will be conducted in Mysore. Here it can be recalled that the three BJP ministers were caught watching porn movie in mobile phone when other members of the assembly were discussing the controversial issue of hoisting Pakistani flag in Sindgi town of Bijapur district allegedly by right wing Sri Rama Sene activists.

Meanwhile, Karnataka High Court on Tuesday rejected the plea made by the tainted trio and asked them to give explanation over their shameful act inside the assembly. The trio earlier on Monday requested the court to allow them one-week time for giving explanations.

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