BJP’s hollow threats will not shake us nor will we bow down to pressure tactics: DK Suresh


Team Udayavani, Oct 5, 2020, 5:35 PM IST

Bengaluru: Congress Karnataka unit president D K Shivakumar’s brother and MP from Bengaluru Rural D K Suresh on Monday said they were completely cooperating with CBI officials who are conducting searches at their properties, as he asserted that they will bow down to BJP’s ‘pressure tactics.’

In a series of tweets, he also appealed to well-wishers to remain calm.

“CBI has searched our houses early morning today. We are cooperating completely with the officials as per law. We will cooperate in the future as well,” Suresh tweeted.

“At the time of elections, BJPs hollow threats will not shake us nor will we bow down to pressure tactics. We are ready to face any consequences. We request all well-wishers and party workers to remain calm. We request you not to lose heart and let your blessings be with us always,” he added.

CBI has registered a fresh case against the Congress leader based on source information from another agency.

The information relates to assets amassed during Shivakumar’s tenure as a minister in Karnataka, officials said.

 

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