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JDS denies delay in floor test as per astrologers’ advice


Team Udayavani, Jul 21, 2019, 12:50 PM IST

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Bengaluru: It certain sources are to be believed the floor test in Assembly was delayed on the advice of astrologers, however, the JD-S denied and said that it was rubbish and a plant by a desperate Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the social media.

” If you think Chief Minister Kumaraswamy goes by what astrologers, soothsayers and fortune-tellers advise him, then he would not have sought a floor test to prove the majority and save his 13-month coalition government from falling apart,” he was quoted speaking to IANS.

Admitting that Kumaraswamy and his Gowda clan believe in god, astrology and astronomy, Babu said the Chief Minister told the members in the Assembly on Friday that his family had been accused of offering prayers, visiting temples and consulting palmists.

“What’s wrong in that. There is no legal bar on one’s faith, belief and trust in gods, traditions, religion and culture. Kumaraswamy has every right to consult seers, palmists and priests for divine intervention to protect his government from the evil designs of the BJP,” Babu said.

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