Yeddyurappa supports PM Modi’s ‘One nation, one election’ idea
Team Udayavani, Jul 22, 2018, 9:46 AM IST
Bengaluru: Leader of opposition in Karnataka Legislative Assembly B S Yeddyurappa said “Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ‘One nation, one election’ is a good idea. But, it is a challenge to execute, particularly as Lok Sabha elections will be held one year from now,”
Addressing the media on Saturday, July 21, Yeddyurappa communicated his support to the idea and said all states must accept it.
When asked about Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy looking for one month time to sort the issues with respect to farmer loan waiver, Yeddyurappa said he wouldn’t mind waiting for the CM to execute the same. “In any case, the CM is responsible to the public of the state. How is he intending to repay the loans to the nationalized and cooperative banks? The public needs to know,” he said.
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