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BJP, act responsibly: MLC Ivan D’Souza


Team Udayavani, Sep 29, 2018, 5:35 PM IST

  • ‘Paapa Paandu’ Yeddyurappa

Mangaluru: BJP made four deliberate attempts to destabilise the coalition government and failed. Instead of wasting time trying to topple the government, they should behave like a responsible opposition party and perform their duty properly, said MLC Ivan D’Souza, speaking to reporters at his office in the Mangaluru City Corporation (MCC) on Saturday, September 29th.

“BJP failed to form the government when they had the opportunity to do so. In spite of B S Yeddyurappa having assumed power as Chief Minister, he had to resign from the post as he did not have the majority. As they do not have the proper numbers to form the government, the BJP’s attempt to form the government did not yield a positive result,” said the MLC.

‘Paapa Paandu’ Yeddyurapp

“The BJP has been divided into different groups headed by different leaders like Ananth Kumar, R Ashok and D V Sadananda Gowda among others. Hence, Yeddyurappa’s dream to become the Chief Minister of the state will not materialise in the future. Though the leaders of the BJP have agreed to extend their support to Yeddyurappa, they oppose him indirectly. He has become a ‘Paapa Paandu’ in the recent days as he is unaware of the displeasure in his own party,” said Mr D’Souza showing concern for BJP state president B S Yedyurappa.

“The government is stable and any attempt to destabilise it will not work. As the BJP has been spending a huge sum of money to try and topple the government, they should reveal their sources of income. If they are not ready to reveal their source, it will become clear that they are connected to some kingpins who are possibly involved in illegal activities,” said Ivan.

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