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‘Modi-fying Karnataka’ campaign held in Mangaluru

1:04 PM, Saturday, January 13th, 2018
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Pratap Simha, MPMangaluru : Pratap Simha, MP, said on Friday that the people will show the door to the Siddaramaiah government in the forthcoming Assembly elections. He was speaking at the launch of ‘Modi-fying Karnataka’ campaign, here.

Mr. Simha said that the last four-and-a-half years of the Siddaramaiah government had only seen populist schemes which were being financed by the Union government.

But it was only the photographs of Siddaramaiah on the bags of rice under the ‘Anna Bhagya’ and other schemes.

The people had got tired of Mr. Siddaramaiah within a year. In the Parliamentary elections in 2014, the Old Mysuru region, which had five seats, saw all of them going to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MPs, he said.

“The same results would be repeated in the forthcoming Assembly elections. The BJP will return to power in the State. The people still recalled the welfare schemes of the former Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa such as ‘Bhagyalakshmi Bonds,’ bicycles and Sandhya Suraksha,” he said.

Instead of taking stern action to maintain law and order, the Siddarmaiah government had withdrawn 175 cases against Popular Front of India (PFI) and Karnataka Forum for Dignity. This had led to the release of their activists, who were disturbing peace and order in the society.

The Ram Temple would be constructed at the Ramjanmabhumi at Ayodhya and the Centre was likely to take steps to implement the Uniform Civil Code, Mr. Simha added.

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