Dignified while in Congress and criminal when not: CT Ravi


Team Udayavani, Oct 29, 2020, 4:32 PM IST

Chikmagalur: “Siddaramaiah has said that BJP candidate Muniratna has a criminal background. Which party gave him tickets twice? When he was in the party he was dignified, after leaving the party he has become criminal, is it?” said CT Ravi here.

“During 2018 elections Muniratna was Indra, Chandra and Devendra. So he has changed after leaving the party. Watch the old videos and see how Siddaramaiah, DK Shivakumar were campaigning for Muniratna,” Ravi added.

“Why did DK Shivakumar go to Mumbai? He had created a high drama then by saying that he will persuade the MLAs there and will bring them back. If he (Muniratna) was not good, then why did you go to persuade him? Why did Siddaramaiah say then that all have agreed to make you a minister? You are blaming the BJP now to only increase your TRPs,” Ravi said.

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