Gowda to continue with BMIC protest

Addressing reporters, Gowda said: “Victory and defeat are common in an election,” he added. On the performance of the party in the polls, Gowda said JD(S) could not encash on the popularity of H D Kumaraswamy.

Continuing his attack against the Government on the BMIC project, he alleged the Advocate General has written to the Chief Secretary to hand over the required land to the NICE, the project promoter, after the BBMP elections. “The CM had stated that he will consult former CMs S M Krishna and Dharam Singh before taking any step. Is this not cheating?” he questioned.

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