Speaker Ramesh Kumar to talk about audio clip on Monday


Team Udayavani, Feb 10, 2019, 10:22 AM IST

Bengaluru: Assembly Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar on Saturday, Feb 9 said that in the interest of the people and the state he will deliver his speech in the Assembly over the alleged audio clippings.

Addressing the presspersons at the Noorie School and College of Nursing Ramesh said that his name had been dragged in the tapes.

There are two video clippings Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy sent along with the letter to Ramesh. He has heard the audio and will speak about it on Monday. He will not be talking about the second audio clip, he said.

Answering to a question, he said that he will act as a judicious Speaker in the Assembly, and is ready to allow legislators and ministers to debate on several issues in accordance with the provisions and framework of the Constitution.

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