Yeddyurappa government has 'no moral standing' to continue: CPI(M)

Yeddyurappa government has 'no moral standing' to continue: CPI(M)

"We are very clear that the Yeddyurappa government in Karnataka today, by all standards ... corruption, morality, manipulation that was done and how the vote of confidence was acquired in the House...on all these counts... we don't think it has any moral standing to continue in the office," said CPI(M) Politburo member Sitaram Yechury here.

Yechury said the party's state unit has already launched a campaign demanding that the Yeddyurappa government should go because of its "corruption and other misdeeds".
"The slogan we have given is save democracy in Karnataka because of the manner in which illegal money is directly being used to destabilise the democratic process in the state," he said.Yeddyurappa is mired in controversy over alleged allotment of prime government land worth crores of rupees to his relatives

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