I'll expose Opposition misdeeds, says Yeddyurappa

“This is too much. There should be a limit for everything. I can’t tolerate this anymore,” an emotionally charged Yeddyurappa said.

Addressing mediapersons on his arrival from Delhi, he said the leaders of the Congress had been making false allegations against him. “If they continue to do this, I will have to expose them thoroughly. I will give a fitting reply to their allegations in the budget session,” he said.

He said the Lokayukta had filed a report against former chief minister Dharam Singh, but the Congress had not taken any action against him. The Congress looted the country for years and it had no moral right to blame others, he said.

Regarding the State Cabinet expansion, Yeddyurappa said he would discuss the matter with BJP national president Nitin Gadkari who will visit Bangalore on February 20.

He said he had been to Delhi to invite Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to the World Kannada Convention in Belgaum, but could not meet him.

Congress reaction

Karnataka State Congress president G Parameshwara, reacting to Yeddyurappa’s threats, said the government was free to act against all corrupt people, including the Congress leaders.

“The entire country is aware of Yeddyurappa’s misdeeds. The allegations made against him are supported by valid documents,” he said.

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