Apologise for defaming BSY, MLC tells CM

 Member of Legislative Council Go Madhusudhan has sought public apology from Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and Home Minister G Parameshwara for using defamatory words against former chief minister B S Yeddyurappa.

Speaking to media persons, here, on Tuesday, he said, both Siddaramaiah and Parameshwara should remember that the founder of their party, Indira Gandhi, was a convict in the jail after the emergency and even now their high-command — Sonia Gandhi and Rahul Gandhi — are on bail in the National Herald case, before telling the media that they do not need lessons from the one who went to jail, refering to Yeddyurappa.

“Yeddyurappa was in jail as his bail was cancelled, not because he was convicted in any case. Siddaramaiah should not speak about jail because if he had not destroyed the Lokayukta institution, most of his ministers in the Cabinet would have been behind the bars,” Madhusudhan added.

Recalling the controversy over Siddaramaiah’s expensive watch, sunglasses, shoes and dothies; and also nepotism cases; Madhusudhan said, let the chief minister try to understand the problems of the people, coming out of his stylish lifestyle.

“The results of the Assembly elections in five states, which will be declared on Thursday, will be another step towards a Congress-free India as announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. While the BJP is all set to form the government in the ‘very difficult Assam,’ the party will open its account in Tamil Nadu, Kerala and West Bengal, but the Congress is expected to lose power in Kerala,” he said.

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