Karnataka BJP executive committee passes two resolutions
Bengaluru, June 29: Two resolutions have been passed in the Karnataka BJP executive meet held at Palace ground in Bengaluru on Friday. This is the first state-level meeting after the assembly elections.
In a press conference held after the meeting, BJP MLA Aravind Limbavali said, " The first resolution is against the unholy Congress-JDS coalition that disrespects people's mandate and the second one is protesting against the naming of Haj Bhavan after Tipu Sultan.
The executive committee also discussed preparations for upcoming 2019 general elections.
Earlier, Ravi Kumar, Karnataka BJP General Secretary told a private news channel, "The resolution will be against the way this government is working. They have not done any developmental work in last one month."