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Rai sleeps the most during sessions: Harikrishna Levadi


Team Udayavani, Jul 4, 2018, 11:24 AM IST

Mangaluru: In the history of Karnataka’s Legislative Assembly session’s, former minister Ramanath Rai has slept the most during sessions and therefore does not have the moral right to accuse MP Nalin as lazy, mocked D.K. District BJP spokesperson Harikrishna Bantwal on Tuesday.

Speaking at a press conference at the BJP district office he said that the Congress government had kept placed a debt of 2,86,790 crore rupees on the people and how is it golden? He asked.

In 2008, a former Congress president ran a stone quarry on government land without permit. Previously, a few people ahs raided a government officer who was associated with the sand business occurring at Moolarpatna. Even then, Ramanath Rai only remained as a silent viewer, he accused.

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