CM’s son involved in the transfer of officials: HDK


Team Udayavani, Aug 19, 2019, 10:56 AM IST

Udupi: “No one can stop me in my fight against injustice. We want to know about the amount of money involved in the transfer of tahsildar to Yalahanka. There are big deals in the transfer of officials and huge amounts are involved here. Son of chief minister Yeddiyurappa is involved in this. Many such things will be revealed soon,” alleged former chief minister H D Kumaraswamy speaking to media when he visited Udupi on Sunday, August 18.

“I have not misused my position during my administration. Any type of probe can be ordered against me including CBI probe. I am ready for it. Even Trump and Putin can be called for the probe against me,” said HDK.

Reacting to the questions on phone-tapping issue in the state Kumaraswamy said, “No one can destroy my integrity and tarnish my image.”

“Coalition government worked honestly for the people. Present government does not have any agenda. It is a weaponless government. UPA government had sanctioned Rs 1,000 crore when Karnataka was in trouble due to floods in 2010. But this government has not sanctioned any amount so far for the state. Though the home and finance ministers visited the state, no amount has been promised or sent to the state yet,” pointed HDK.

The former CM accused a section of media of trying to weaken the coalition government right from the beginning by spreading false allegation against him and by creating a false image about his work in the minds of people.

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