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Escalating the war of words, Kumaraswamy accused Yeddyurappa of attempting another ‘Operation Lotus’- the infamous phrase used against BJP for allegedly attempting to poach MLAs.
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.
Talking about BJP's alleged offer of taking 20 MLAs to Maharastra, Kumaraswamy sarcastically said that he would send them himself.
Speaking at a special meeting of the state BJP at Palace Grounds in the city on Wednesday, B S Yeddyurappa questioned the Chief Minister’s silence over the alleged encroachment.
The CM’s intervention seems to have worked for now, with Satish Jarkiholi telling the media that all is well.
BJP State president B S Yeddyurappa, however, said that the decision by the State government was misleading as it had increased sales tax on petrol and diesel recently.
The coalition government will survive the full five-year term because of Siddaramaiah’s cooperation, said Chief Minister Kumaraswamy on Monday.
Three legislators of the BJP held a press conference on Saturday and flayed Kumaraswamy, calling him a “hit-and-run” chief minister for making false allegations time and again without proving any.
Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Saturday directed banks not to harass farmers by sending loan recovery notices.
As internal tussle in Congress is likely to pose a threat to the coalition government, the Janata Dal (Secular) wants the Congress high command to intervene quickly to defuse the crisis.
Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy on Tuesday hit out at the BJP for ‘conspiring’ to destabilise the Congress-JD(S) coalition government in the state.
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.
Taking a cue from his Rajasthan and Andhra Pradesh counterparts, Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy is contemplating a cut in cess on fuel.
The state had suffered losses of approximate Rs 12,000 crore due to floods and drought this year.