Congress Practising hate politics: Joshi

Congress Practising hate politics: Joshi

State BJP President Prahlad Joshi accused  the State government of following hate politics by filing back-to-back FIRs against its National Vice president B S Yeddyurappa. 

The government can not curb the voice of the party with this and the party will face this in a legal way, he said. 

Speaking to reporters, during his visit to MRPL, as Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Standing Committee Chairman, on Thursday, he said Congress cannot hide its failures by filing six to seven FIRs against Yeddyurappa within a week. 

The government has completely failed to solve sugarcane farmers’ problem. After the suicide of farmers and threat of protest by opposition parties, the government is speaking about seizing sugar from factories. Farmers are not fools, he said.

Chief Minister should clarify that whether they have any inner understandings with mill owners, he added.  Sand mafia is spread across the State.

The price of sand has been increased from Rs 4,000 to Rs 40,000 in few parts of the State. The contracts are with Congress leaders. The Goonda acts of ministers are increasing.

Ready for BBMP poll

Prahlad Joshi said attempts of the State government to postpone Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) election have become futile with the court judgment and BJP is set to face the election. 

The party has already two to three strategic meetings and another meeting of local MLA and MLCs would be convened within two to three days. 

BJP has contributed to the development of Bengaluru and the problem of waste management should be dealt with an elaborate plan, he said.   

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