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Creating anarchy is not a leadership trait: CT Ravi hits out at Kodihalli Chandrashekar


Team Udayavani, Apr 7, 2021, 1:35 PM IST

Chikkamagalur: Hitting out at Farmer leader Kodihalli Chandrashekar, BJP national general secretary CT Ravi said that it is very easy to create anarchy, but it is not a leadership trait

Speaking to the reporters, Ravi said, ” Till now, Kodihalli was a farmer leader, today he became a labour leader. One must understand the situation and then put forth their demands. When labourers put too much pressure on the government, the relationship is broken. It is impossible to convince the government by intimidation or coercion”

“The minister has requested the labourers to give the government some time to resolve the issue,” he added

He further said, ” The decisions taken by the government for the benefit of the farmers were termed as ‘Anti-farmer bills’. The government’s three farm bills are pro-farmer bills. They asked for permission to sell their crops anywhere and once it was done, they term it as an anti-farmer move”

Talking about Yatnal’s statements, Ravi said, ” In 2018, when there was a discussion held regarding giving ticket to Basavanagowda Patil Yatnal, BS Yediyurappa had defended him. Their personal relationship is good, they will resolve their misunderstandings”

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