BSY slams Siddu for his remarks
Karnataka Janata Party (KJP) chief B S Yeddyurappa on Monday made a scathing attack on Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and vowed to go after him from now on.
The former chief minister said Siddaramaiah was jealous of the fact that Shimoga has seen unprecedented development when he (Yeddyurappa) was the chief minister.
“You call me corrupt. Have you seen the Shimoga of the old and now? I have seen what have you done for Mysore,” he said, addressing the chief minister in singular throughout his speech.
At a Congress meeting in Shimoga on Sunday, Siddaramaiah had said Yeddyurappa and Eshwarappa have looted thousands of crores of rupees in the name of development.
Reacting strongly to the allegations, the KJP leader said, he had kept quiet till now. “You have taunted me. I will go after you here on,” he said.
Siddaramaiah has assumed power by fooling people in the name of Ahinda and is now making money in transfers, Yeddyurappa said.
He asked Siddaramaiah to immediately release money for giving minimum support price to crops.
“If not, you will not be allowed to even walk on the streets,” he added.