Political mudslinging-order of the day

7:53 PM, Saturday, June 9th, 2012

Counsiling--pollsMangalore: With the State Legislative Council elections for graduates and teachers constituency, slated for June 10, leaders of various political parties are busy mudslinging at each other and probably  enjoying every bit of it.

If JD(S) leader Kumaraswamy claimed that he had established several schools during his 20 month stint as CM, he  has demanded the BJP government to come out with the exact number of educational institutions it has set up so far. He also gave exact statistics of the schools opened during his tenure.

Senior Congress leader B Janardhan Poojari on the other hand has chosen to rake up the old corruption issue.

Meanwhile, Ganesh Karnik, the BJP candidate from South West Graduates constituency has spoken volumes of the state government‘s achievements in the educational field. He said problems of teachers are being solved on a priority basis.

However, the JD(S) leader Kumaraswamy had earlier condemned the BJP for following an oppressive policy stating that it left no stone unturned in suppressing agitation of teachers whenever it was organized.

The Deputy Commissioner has imposed ban on sale of liquor from 4 pm on June 8 to 4 pm on June 10 in view of the elections.

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