Hear out the policemen, Yeddyurappa tells govt

Hear out the policemen, Yeddyurappa tells govt

Hear out the policemen, Yeddyurappa tells govt

 Holding the government responsible for the proposed protest of the police personnel, BJP state president B S Yeddyurappa said on Wednesday that the problem would not have gone to this extent had the government lent an ear to their grievances.

“The proposed strike is a mirror to the style of functioning of the government. It should solve the problems of the police personnel immediately,” he said.

Yeddyurappa was speaking to reporters during his tour in the district, to seek votes for the party candidate in the election to the Legislative Council from the South Graduates constituency, M V Ravishankar, here.

Reacting to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s statements against the BJP and its leaders, Yeddyurappa said, the chief minister has formed the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) to save himself and his ministers, who are involved in large-scale corruption, and has turned it into a ‘Corruption Protection Squad’.

“Siddaramaiah is not tabling the report of Anwar Manipaddy on Wakf properties, despite directions from the governor and the chairperson of the Council. If the report is published, most of the ministers will have to resign,” he said.

“Our government had denotified a few acres of land in the interest of the people, over which the Congress members raised a hue and cry.

Siddaramaiah has denotified hundreds of acres of land, but nothing is said about it. Now, he is mum about the corruption charges against his ministers H Anjaneya and Baburao Chinchansur,” he said.

“The disillusionment with the government is evident in the chief minister’s home district itself. The Congress has faced humiliation in the elections to the local bodies, including the Zilla Panchayat. It will face defeat in the MLC election also.

From June 12, a drive will be held in all the 28 Assembly constituencies in Bengaluru to publicise the failures of the state government and the achievements of the central government,” Yeddyurappa said.

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