Karnataka is ATM for Congress high command: Sadananda Gowda

Karnataka is ATM for Congress high command: Sadananda Gowda

Karnataka is ATM for Congress high command: Sadananda Gowda

Union Minister of Statistics and Programme Implementation D V Sadananda Gowda alleged that Karnataka is an ATM for Congress high command. "By using the password repeatedly, the state treasury is being looted," he said.

Speaking at the booth level Navashakthi workshop, organised by the BJP at Kodava Samaja here on Friday, he said, "The Congress not only emptied state treasury but also converted the state into a goonda state. Real-estate mafia has increased. There is a wave of change in the country. Congress has been losing its base in the states. In a few days, India will become free from Congress."

Being dejected over family politics and polarisation policy, the people have started supporting the BJP. "Now, the allies of Congress are uniting to survive. People had trusted the Congress after independence. Over a period of time, people have understood its true colour. There is no place for those who loot the wealth of the country," he said.

Stating that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP National President Amit Shah are formulating a new political formula, Gowda said "Karnataka is bracing for assembly election. The party workers should work hard for victory."

Minister of Road Transport and Highways, Mansukh L Mandaviya said, "BJP is a party workers' party. The party workers are its assets. The leaders are who provide guidance. The booth committees should be strengthened for the BJP to come to power."

"Congress leaders had taken part in the campaign for Gujarat election. However, our party workers did not leave our hand. Even in Karnataka, BJP workers are our strength. The party workers should be cautious during the election. If we work with unity, we will come back to power in Karnataka," he said.
Mandaviya said that the NDA government has distributed LPG to 5 crore families. About 31 crore Jan Dhan accounts have been opened.

"The government has introduced series of welfare schemes for the poor," he added.

MLA K G Bopaiah said that the entire country is walking towards a Congress-free India. "Even when the work on private bus stand and the market is incomplete, Congress leaders are getting ready to inaugurate it in Madikeri. Kodagu will continue to be BJP's strong forte," he added.

MLA M P Appachu Ranjan also spoke.