CM more worried about self than responding to farmers: DVS


Team Udayavani, Nov 23, 2018, 8:50 AM IST

Mangaluru: Chief Minister Kumaraswamy is more worried about saving his chair. Therefor he has no time to respond to the problems of sugarcane growers along with problems faced by other farmers, criticized union minister D V Sadananda.

Addressing the media on Thursday in Mangaluru, the minister said that the coalition government losing its balance and hence they are only interested in regaining their balance. The CM dos not care about the welfare of the farmers, peoples development or the financial situation, accused DVS.

The central government had earlier created a scheme to release money to sugar factory owners. There was a plan to give it to the sugarcane farmers without any interest. But the state government which should take interest in this is remaining silent. No the central government has prescribed a higher price for sale than the cost of production for 13 crops. Also the money required for this has also been released. In this backdrop, all states have opened purchase centres. Only Karnataka has not noticed this, he said.

The chief minister and minister for the factory owners has not attended the meeting. Such a minister must be dismissed from the cabinet and should be expelled from the party. Otherwise should win the minds of all and provide the remaining money to the sugarcane farmers. But the government is doing nothing and is in a miserable position, he said.

Kerala CM’s stand on Shabarimala issue has been opposed by his own party. It is Kerala government’s responsibility to provide cleanliness and facilities there. It was political instability I Jammu and Kashmir. No party had a majority. Therefore presidential rule has been implemented, he said.

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