Cong, JD(S) instigating Governor, says CM

Cong, JD(S) instigating Governor, says CM

BJP holds janandolan rally in Mangalore

 It was just an attempt to dislodge an elected government which has absolute majority, said Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa.

Addressing party workers at janandolan rally organised to ‘recall Governor and save democracy’ at Central Maidan in Mangalore on Sunday, he said Governor on the instigation by the Congress and the JD(S) was out to displace an elected government.

“Congress legislators have been blackmailing their High Command of a mass resignation, which is a shameless act. The Congress is a national party. Its move to dislodge an elected government does not bring any honour to them,” said the CM adding that the Governor should act as a link between the state and the centre. Unfortunately, he is hand in gloves with the opposition parties to dislodge the state government, which is nothing but a murder of democracy.

‘Sinking boat’

The CM said “Congress is like a sinking boat, which has sunk to the level of being a regional party from a national party. Janardhan Poojary and Veerappa Moily who have been indulged in levelling allegations against the Yeddyurappa government should save their own party from sinking. Who are they to decide who should become Chief Minister in the BJP,” he asked and added “as a Law Minister Moily should have given guidance to the UPA government and Governor.”

The CM said that the BJP has romped the elections of various levels only because of its pro-people initiatives.

“The Congress and the JD(S) are not able to tolerate our success. There is a need to teach them a lesson. The BJP will be strengthened at every hobli level so that we can sweep the next Assembly election with the thumping majority,”the CM said.

The Congress and the JD(S) are trying to harm law and order situation in the state by creating confusion. “Taking law into hands is the Congress culture,” he added.  He said that the BJP does not believe in caste and religion. The government is based on the principles of social justice. “Let us put an end to the Congress and the JD(S) regime,” Yeddyurappa said.

No shortage of funds

Stating that there is no shortage of funds for development works in the state, Yeddyurappa said by plugging the leakage of tax the state’s treasury can be filled.
The state government has not given permit for mining in the state. All the mining units which have been asked to shut down by the Supreme Court were given permission during Dharam Singh’s tenure, he added.  MP D V Sadananda Gowda, Coastal Development Authority Chairman Nagarj Shetty, former Minister Gangadhar Gowda, Karnataka Yakshagana Academy Chairman Kumble Sundar Rao also spoke.