Politicians involved in Illegal mining business must be exposed: Poojary

9:20 PM, Saturday, July 10th, 2010
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Mangalore : The ministers have used the cheap language in the assembly which do not suits his post, said Senior Congress leader B Janardhan Poojari.
Speaking at the press meet held at press club on July 10,  Saturday, said that State Tourism Minister Janardhan Reddy, is facing non bailable charges and is walking freely in the Assembly and the government has not been able to arrest him, inspite of sending warrant for continues 8 times. The Election Commissioner should take note of the issue, he said.
The BJP which pretends to show respect towards women are now insulting and killing women.
He also said that, the words of Lal Krishna Advani and Atal Bihari Vajapayee’s words are smooth, but the present CM’s words are hurting the common public.
He said that, Justice Santhosh Hegde must stand firm in his decision and ask for the powers. The habit of corruption by the politicians must come to an end.
The election commission has disqualified the nomination of Vijayalakshmi for giving derogatory speech, like wise the Karnataka’s Chief Minister, and must also be taken action for his words in the state assembly.
Poojari regretted and added the ministers by using such offending words, had not only offended the legislators but the women folk of the entire state.
The CM himself has admitted in the assembly that the three ministers had looted the state’s wealth; Poojari said and demanded that the government filed a criminal suit against the ministers who looted the state’s wealth and then exported the same.
The politicians of any party must be exposed in case of their involvement in illegal mine business. The punishment must be similar for every person.
The opposition ministers has violated the law by eating food in the assembly, but it not severe than the faul words, he said.
Harikrishna Bantwal, Secretary of DCC, Vijay Kumar Shetty, former MLA and Suresh Ballal were present.

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