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BSY is trying hard to save his chair while his son is busy making money: Siddu


Team Udayavani, Jul 13, 2021, 10:26 AM IST

Source: The New Indian Express

Bagalkot: A large number of people gathered to welcome former chief minister Siddaramaiah at his constituency Badami on Monday, July 12 flouting all the Covid-19 norms.

Siddaramaiah attended a meeting of the Karnataka Development Programme (KDP) and also took part in various events in Badami on the first day of his two-day visit.. While the police struggled to prevent people from crowding, it was found that most of them were not wearing marks and were flouting social-distancing norms.

Addressing presspersons Siddaramaiah said that he will contest the next Assembly polls too from Badami.

“People from other districts too have invited me to contest a seat in their respective districts. I am representing Badami and will contest from the same segment in the next Assembly polls,” he said.

Further lashing out at the State Government, Siddaramaiah said, “The government is not working efficiently. Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa is trying hard to save his chair while his son is busy making money. Only two things are happening in the state and I have raised these issues in the Assembly too.”

“For every transfer of officials, a commission is sought in this government. There is also a gang of sub-inspectors which will be transferred to their place of choice if they give money,” he thundered.

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