State to face Power crisis in Future: Siddaramiah
Mysore Apr 11: Former Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Siddaramiah today said indicated that the state will reel under severe power crisis in coming days.
Talking to newsmen here the All India Progressive Janata Dal leader said his party would wait and watch the power situation for another couple of months and decide on an agitational path.
On the State budget for 2006-07 said there was no fund allocation for the comprehensive development of the state and for important core areas like irrigation. He termed the budget as '' an old wine in new bottle''.
The former Deputy Chief Minister announced that his party would organise a massive rally in Bangalore on April 25 at the Palace Grounds to focus on the various issues including higher education, judiciary, Mandal commission report, implementation and women reservation bills. It would also focus on the reservatioin bills in the private sectors.
Answering to question on the meeting former minister P.G.R.
Sindhia, he said he did not discuss any politcal issues with him, however, he was told that in the Janata Dal(S) both M.P.Prakash Sindya would be isloated and that has happened.