MLA to continue struggle against MRC

Speaking at a media conference here, Mahesh said that there is nothing wrong in fighting for the people’s interests. So the struggle will continue until we succeed, he added.
Mahesh said that the issue came to light that the land belonged to the government about seven-eight months back when there was a fight ensuing between MRC and Golf Club.
He said that MRC has been continuing its operation illegally without renewing the license. We will inform people about the irregularities, through our struggle, he added.
He said that a Public Interest Litigation had been filed in the High Court along with ACICM convenor M Lakshman.

However, the court had rejected the plea by providing certain reasons. Another petition will be filed after January 4, when the model code of conduct would have ceased.
If the court fails to take up our petition, then we will approach the Supreme Court, he added.

Black badge protest
Mahesh said that as Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa had failed to address the issue, protesters wearing black badges would counter the CM whenever he visits Mysore. We will continue our protest until we succeed, he added.

He said that MRC should be vacated and the land should be used to developed a park or should be given to the Chamarajendra Zoological Gardens. If the government fails to vacate MRC then people living in huts would be brought to MRC to pitch their tents, he warned.
JD(S) City Unit President Rajanna, Youth leader SBM Manju, Kannada Vedike President Balakrishna and Basavanna were present.

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