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The meeting was convened after state Congress leaders met AICC chief Rahul Gandhi earlier this week.
They raised slogans against Kumaraswamy and demanded his resign from the CM’s post.
The protest threatened to turn ugly as the protesters and BJP workers almost traded blows with each other before some of the leaders intervened.
The latest in the series of such land grab is 82.01 acres of land, which has been transferred to Prajwal Revanna in Holenarasipur taluk of Hassan district.
The CM’s intervention seems to have worked for now, with Satish Jarkiholi telling the media that all is well.
The state government has estimated the total losses to be about Rs 8,000 crore and requested the union government to release at least Rs 2,000 crore as immediate relief.
The decision has come in the backdrop of strong public outcry against the Kumaraswamy government, which has been criticised as anti-North Karnataka by some of the outfits in the region.
Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Thursday issued a stern warning to officials of the Revenue Department to process applications within the stipulated time.
He said the BJP leaders keep making allegations against the government and now people of the state have given an answer to them.
Harini Raghavan, CXO search consultant, says the AWBI has to make efforts to activate the State Animal Welfare Board and prioritise dog (both pet and stray) welfare.
Kumaraswamy stated that a total of 6620 people have been rehabilitated in the relief camps.
Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy described Vajpayee as being among a "rare breed" of politicians who lived as per the values they believed in.
Kumaraswamy also offered special pooja at the Lakshmi temple in Holenarasipur town and Ranganatha temple at Mavinakere Hill shrine.
Kumaraswamy said that the financial growth rate of the state has increased to 32.7 per cent when compared to previous statistics.
According to Punati Sridhar, state PCCF and Head of Forest Force, Hasiru Karnataka will take off as a movement from August 15-18.