Soon, Yeddyurappa will form govt in state: Nalin


Team Udayavani, May 25, 2019, 12:11 PM IST

Bantwal: The hat-trick elected Dakshina Kannada Member of Parliament (MP), Nalin Kumar has B S Yeddyurappa will soon form BJP government in the state and take charge of the state within a week since the new government under Narendra Modi rise to power at the centre.

Addressing the party workers during his visit to the BJP office at B C Road Nalin said that DK had got maximum grants when Yeddyurappa was the chief minister of the state and the MP felt that if the same party rules at the centre and the state, it helps in bringing additional grants.

“This election has proved that the people do not approve of luxurious style of family politics. Prime Minister, Modi, has laid emphasis on sacrifice and a life of detachment from luxuries, and the people have approved his principles,” he said.

“Dakshina Kannada district has been electing BJP MPs since the last 28 years, and it now has seven BJP MLAs. It has realized Modi’s concept of Congress-free rule. By electing 25 BJP MPs in Karnataka, the people have rid Karnataka of Congress party. The Congress is even ineligible to be officially recognized as opposition party,” he pointed.

Speaking after honouring Nalin, MLA Rajesh Naik said that Bantwal constituency has proved itself as a strong fortress of the BJP with his election with a margin of over 32,000 votes as compared to previous election.

State BJP associate spokesperson, Sulochana G K Bhat, district spokesperson, Harikrishna Bantwal, district vice president, G Anand, block committee general secretary, Monappa Devasya, party leaders, Dinesh Amtoor, Dinesh Bhandary, Purushotham Shetty Vamadapadavu, Vasantkumar Annalike, Vajranath Kalladka, Bollukallu Narayana Poojary, Ranjith Myra, Pramod Kumar Ajjibetty, Santosh Kuar Bettu, Harish Acharya and municipal councillors were present on the occasion.

Party workers felicitated the newly elected MP on the occasion. During the visit, Nalin sought the blessings of Taniappa Madiwala, father of the slain Sharath Madiwala.

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